Plan Nothing, It’s Good For You

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I believe that how you manage your time and how you prioritize really says everything about you. Life-balance is the factor that I help every single one of my clients improve. If you are a super driven and action-oriented person, you may think that you can’t take a break, that you have to do more, or that all-out is the only way. You may be stuck in a place where you feel like you can’t get anything done, but yet you are still trying to do it all.  You need to relax, chill out and check your priorities.

  • Plan a day each week where you put nothing on your schedule – At the very minimum make sure you have a blocked off at least 5 hours of a day where you have absolutely nothing planned so that you can chill or be spontaneous depending on your mood

When was the last time you did this?  Do you do this regularly?

  •  If you missed yesterday’s post – Read it now HERE – This week is all about how to balance your life so that you can perform better in WODs
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