ENERGY MANAGEMENT: THE ULTIMATE WORK/LIFE BALANCE

How often has someone told you that to better time manage you should be spending more time working? You’ve probably heard it a lot. “Wake up an hour earlier, read a book every night about your industry, work out on your lunch break…” they say.

In a world largely dedicated to work, that is too often the mantra, but it doesn’t leave much time for taking care of yourself and spending time with your family. Don’t believe the hype. Time management is good, but energy management is better. Let’s talk about some effective steps to increase your productivity and better your quality of life through effective energy management.

How often has someone told you that to better time manage you should be spending more time working? You’ve probably heard it a lot. “Wake up an hour earlier, read a book every night about your industry, work out on your lunch break…” they say.

In a world largely dedicated to work, that is too often the mantra, but it doesn’t leave much time for taking care of yourself and spending time with your family. Don’t believe the hype. Time management is good, but energy management is better. Let’s talk about some effective steps to increase your productivity and better your quality of life through effective energy management.

We’ll talk about:

  • Time Management vs Energy Management
  • How to reorder your tasks based on energy output
  • Prioritizing high energy tasks vs lower energy tasks (and the best times of day to do them)
  • The importance of taking care of your body

I’d love to hear from you! Contact me at Rick@PerformingForSuccess.com with any comments or questions you may have, and don’t forget to rate this episode at the Perform For Success podcast on iTunes.

Energy is both mental, emotional, and physical” – Rick Sessinghaus

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