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Emotional Energy

Emotional Energy

  • Positive emotions fuel performance.
  • The more positive emotions you're feeling on a regular basis, the more emotional energy you have and the higher your performance will be.
  • If you don't have access to sufficient positive emotions, ask yourself if you are devoting enough hours a week to activities purely for the pleasure and renewal they provide.

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Harness and optimize your energy, as it is even more important that time.

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