When it comes to resources, there are three that top the list:
The thing is, when it comes to efficiency, these are listed and treated in a backwards order.
We usually put all of our attention on growing and squandering the first two, when what we are really after the whole time is #3.
Have you ever watched a three year old in action and thought “God, if I had that much energy, I’d get so much done!”
Children have a limitless amount of energy to support their growth. When we become adults, it’s not so much that our energy drains.
It is that we are taught faulty investment strategies when it comes to the use of this resources.
Examples of these faulty investment strategies:
– Fake smiles
– Sitting all day
– Putting the need for production ahead of the need for pleasure and fun
If we were in school for investing, this strategy would be considered a lesson in TOTAL LOSS.
I got rear ended recently, and the insurance company called my case a total loss, meaning the value of the car did not exceed the amount it would cost to perform the repairs.
I wonder what would happen if just for one day, you prioritized investing in your energy first and foremost?
What would give you the biggest ROI’s at the end of the day?
What would change in your routine if your intention was not producing and earning as much as you can, but protecting and nurturing the energy that allows you to produce and earn in the first place?
What if instead of milking your energy reserves until the teats run dry, or falsely stimulating milk (energy) production with hormones and synthetics, you simply gave your body the time and space to create more milk? Even if that is only a few deep breaths, right….now?
This is definitely one gamble worth taking.