Coming up for air and keeping your head above water are crucial to the process of “Getting Things Done”. You have to know when it is time to step back and reassess the situation. You need to get a clear picture of what is preventing you from moving forward, and then break it down and dilute it until it is completely manageable.
Andrew Top-Hat has a gig tonight, ladies and gentlemen. Check him out at the Watermark in Asbury Park, New Jersey. It’s that time of year again, folks. Yep, let’s face it. Taxes. There, I said it. Taxes. Taxes. Is it preventing you from getting some things done?
Well, you could always apply a little technique called “Big Thing, Small Thing”. Basically, you take the smallest task you have to do, and just do it. Then, you take the biggest, most daunting task ahead of you and you do that. You need to take the Big Thing and break it down into steps, even writing down on paper, all the steps you would need to complete it. Then, you begin, one step at a time to do it. “One Step At A Time”. It is helpful to have a journal to write down information and be able to have a reference point.
Slow & Steady Wins the Race
You could do a crazy diet, or something like the “Insanity Workout”, where you just work out a bunch and just go super hardcore for a few weeks. In the end you will be left to go back to your old routines because you can’t keep up the intensity of a workout that is so insane. Even something like PX90 won’t help you out once the programs over. Adapting a lifestyle of health conscious choices changes the “quick-fix” method to something you can live by.
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Shouts Out to the 2bers on how to relax.
Book: Integrative Nutrition.