Wake Up Your Zone Of Genius: Energy Draining Vs Energy Creating - Deepstash

Wake Up Your Zone Of Genius: Energy Draining Vs Energy Creating

  • Think about how much of your daily activities are energy draining vs energy creating?
  • Build a base of information from which you can evaluate your competencies and passions.

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Enhance what you are good at, and be consistent.

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