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Three Steps towards Full Engagement

Three Steps towards Full Engagement

The book suggests a training system that contains three steps for full engagement:

  1. defining your purpose,
  2. accepting your own limitations, and
  3. building positive rituals.


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Spiritual energy is the source of motivation.

Spiritual energy is the source of motivation.

Personal values and purpose beyond self-interest are the driving force for spiritual energy. Passion, commitment, integrity, and honesty are crucial to building your spiritual muscles.


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You can maintain emotional energy by doing what you love and being active.

You can maintain emotional energy by doing what you love and being active.

You must do what you need to do, but never neglect to make time for what you love doing too. And remember that relationship matters, so make time for your loved ones!


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Training and recovery are key to maintaining your energy.

Training and recovery are key to maintaining your energy.

Just as you can build your physical muscles, emotional, mental, and spiritual muscles can and should also be trained. Sustaining your pain builds your muscles. Another key to full engagement is to take regular breaks. The book re...


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To maintain positive mental energy, you need to maintain appropriate focus and realistic optimism.

Specific things you can do to boost mental energy include learning something new, solving a puzzle or a Rubik’s cube, and meditation.


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To perform at your best, you need to optimize your energy, not time.

To be fully engaged, we must be physically energized, emotionally connected, mentally focused and spiritually aligned with a purpose beyond our immediate self-interest.


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Another key to full engagement is to take regular breaks. The book recommends taking a break every 90-120 minutes.

Another key to full engagement is to take regular breaks. The book recommends taking a break every 90-120 minutes.

There are three things that affect your physical energy: exercise, food, and sleep.


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Actionable Advice from the Power of Full Engagement

  • Exercise regularly
  • Eat healthy
  • Get enough sleep
  • Take regular breaks
  • Work less, but more deeply


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Managing your energy, not time, is key to high performance and personal renewal!

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