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The Energy Metric

Humans want many things. The only way to achieve all of them is by organizing your priorities. To organize your priorities, focus on one main metric: energy.

How to maximize your energy:

  • Eat right
  • Exercise
  • Avoid unnecessary stress
  • Get enough sleep

When you get your energy metric right, you will be excited to wake up and the quality of your work will be better. You will also be able to complete your work faster.

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