You will run short on energy.
You will, at times, run out of energy.
When this happens, you need to say, “That’s ok. I’m currently out of energy.”
And then, you need to build your energy back up—to replenish your energy.
If you try to accomplish something meaningful when you are practically out of energy, it will not work out very well. Let’s call this a “law.” It is a law of human life, and it is certainly a law of productivity.
Energy management is probably a new skill for this era of ever-increasing productivity expectations.
The problem in today’s competitive environment is that we need to replenish our energy as quickly as possible because there is always the next project to tackle, the next assignment to fulfill, or the next new…
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