3 Energy Wasters You Have To STOP

3 Energy Wasters You Have To STOP

(DailyThrive.com) – We all have a lot on our plates these days. From work to family activities, business ventures, and just coping with the pandemic, it’s hard to stay focused on what’s most important. But these are also the very key elements that define your legacy over time, and time just happens to be the most valuable currency in existence. That’s why it’s so important to stop wasting it.

The Art of Improvement explains how here:

If you feel you’re getting burned out and falling short of your daily tasks, it’s likely time to make a few simple changes. Use these helpful tips to find ways to move forward.

These Energy Wasters Could Be Weighing You Down

  • Multitasking doesn’t work. With multiple job tasks due daily, many busy people turn to multitasking to get tasks done. The only problem? They’re spreading themselves so thin that they can’t invest enough energy into each one. Their full attention is scattered about, resulting in extreme energy drain and sub-par work. It’s important to channel energy into one task at a time for solid, well-rounded results.
  • Stop doing things for free (or cheap). Stop saying yes to everyone who needs something from you. It could be helping with a home improvement project or doing a side gig for a few bucks, but it’s rarely worth it. You don’t really need the cash or the hassle and it only takes you away from what’s important, like family or your new business launch. Your day to day is ultimately your legacy, so make each day count.
  • Avoid being around the wrong people. People that drain your batteries and want you to help them all the time aren’t helping you grow. Good friends reciprocate good deeds and won’t drain from your life emotionally or physically. Surround yourself with positive people who help and encourage you every step of the way. Don’t be afraid to cut those who aren’t working out.

If your day is spent being overworked, tired and stressed, something is wrong. You don’t need to take on more or less; you need to prioritize. Focus on the tasks at hand and know what’s best for you at the end of the day. This is your life. Live it, nurture it and above all, enjoy it!

~Here’s to Your Success!

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