In last week’s episode I talked about how getting away going on vacation can recharge your batteries. It’s the one thing that we can do to make sure we come back to the Daily Grind feeling like we’re ready to conquer the world.
In today’s episode I want to talk about how focusing on the wrong things can drain our productivity levels. How we think, what we read, and what we watch can keep us from achieving success.
In Today’s Episode:
- Keeping your mind fresh Keeps you focused.
- Knowing your end game keeps you moving forward.
- To live a life of purpose, you have to know what your purpose in life is.
Coming up Next Week:
In next week’s episode I want to talk to you about something morbid. I want to talk about writing down your eulogy and your epitaph. These two things will help you focus your energy on where you want your life to be when you die. The question we’re going to answer next week, “what kind of Legacy do you want to leave for others to follow?”
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