First, we discussed the three kinds of exhaustion.
Then, we talked about the four reasons we don’t get things done.
And if you followed along, you should hopefully have a handful of practical next actions to blast through some productivity roadblocks.
Today, I want to try something ‘same same but different’.
I want to share my most recent update from “Execution Club” (the accountability forum in TAoL’s TRACKTION Community).
And I want to do that for three reasons.
- It’s a great way to let you peek into one of the most powerful parts of FASTER TO MASTER’s productivity masterclass;
- It’ll give you a real-life example of weekly, holistic goal setting (we’ll talk about this another time); and
- It’ll show you that nobody gets away with mismanaging their energy.
Here’s my update from yesterday:
(N.B., To understand what the letter-pairs at the start of each goal mean, read this article: https://theartofliving.com/planner/start/wheel-of-life/)
Now from a productivity perspective, there’s A LOT of great stuff in this update.
I’ll cover some of those ideas in my upcoming emails but if you’d like to learn more about “Execution Club” or understand WHY sharing these kinds of goals is the ONE most important thing you can do to get more done (and keep it up week after week after week) then you should come along to this week’s free training.
Here’s the link to secure your seat:
But the most important point I want to get across to you, one last time, is this:
“There is no such thing as doing too much, only not recovering enough.”
Your body doesn’t care if you’re Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Cheryl Sandberg or Oprah Winfrey.
Your body doesn’t care if you’re a productivity coach or if you just had 4 days of holiday.
You will not become the person you want and deserve to become if you’re scraping through each day on low-power mode.
You will not make good decisions for you or the people around you if you’re blunted by tiredness or fatigue.
You will not get big things consistently done if you wake up each morning exhausted.
Get 7-8 hours of sleep. Nap in the afternoons. Exercise. Stay hydrated. Eat well. Mix up your work. Take frequent breaks…
Look after your energy and the rest will look after itself.
Now get out there, have a great week and go well 🙌
Arthur “Slow Is Smooth, Smooth Is Fast” Worsley