Don't Manage Your Time - Manage Your Energy
It’s not about avoiding hard things. It’s about looking at the results activities have on your mood.
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Happiness comes from one measure: your energy.
... by asking yourself questions like:
... that bring you the most results for every aspect of your life.
Look at your relationships, business, health, money. Then, focus on doing more of the activities that improve those aspects.
Get feedback. Journal. And always ask yourself whether you’re on the right track. You must adjust your course manually.
You don’t have to be in a good mood all the time. That’s not realistic. Also, you can be in a good mood and go through difficulty.
Life is tough. So It’s better to be in a good mood to make it easier.
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“I think money is great. But physical and mental energy is the greatest riches of human life.”
Energy is everything. It goes beyond status, power, and money. Personal Energy is difficult to measure, as our energy levels vary.
There are 3 types of energy:
Productivity guilt happens when you feel overwhelmed by not attending to all the things you know you "should" be doing and having a nagging feeling that you're wasting time.
In practice, adding too many suggestions for living well will create a conflict with each other.
Suggestions are almost always given on their own, without including a wider context. You can read about why exercise, reading or meditating are good on their own, but rarely find information about how they trade-off against each other.
There are two different types of feeling tired.
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"The ability to perform deep work is becoming increasingly rare at exactly the same time it is becoming increasingly valuable in our economy. As a consequence, the few who cultivate this skill, and then make it the core of their working life, will thrive. "