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Organization has less to do with making lists and putting things in a calendar and more to do with energy levels.
When energy is high, you feel ready to tackle any task. When it's low, you feel scattered and overwhelmed. Using an energy-management strategy will help you channel your ...
"Open loops" are all those tasks that you've had on your mind for weeks, months or even years that are still not completed. They quietly drain a lot of energy out of you by taking up space in your subconscious.
Take an hour, day, or week to close the loop and do that thing.
To preserve your energy, focus on starting one "type" of task and finish it before moving onto the next.
You can even organize your days for various kinds of tasks to keep the different types of energy contained.
We usually find ourselves energized when things "go right" in our lives. When things don't go well, we tend to let our circumstances consume our energy.
To self-source your energy, make time to meet your physical, emotional, and spiritual needs.
Take a break from social media or minimize screen time. It will likely remind you that you are not as busy as you feel you are - your brain is just working overtime when you're mindlessly scrolling.
When we're looking at a beautiful lake, we feel peaceful because there is very low...
Energy drains from us when we are indecisive. 'Should I go to the gym now or this afternoon? '
Instead, create a routine and stick to it. Make an exercise schedule and flip a coin for what to wear.
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