Energy Management

In the “The Power of Full Engagement” Jim Loehr and Tony Swartz initially looked at well-being through the lens of professional athletes.  Our culture values busyness and constant movement. A professional and life marathon basically.  But here is the thing: even a professional marathon runner needs a break.  And in fact the very best and elite athletes understand and practice intentional and even ritualistic disengagement in order to be fully engaged when most needed.  Instead of a marathon maybe we have to see our life as a series of sprints with equally intense moments of disengagement and rejuvenation.   

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