1. Maintain Perspective
You are not your job.
Remember your WHY.
Do the best you can; let go of the rest.
Keep what's most important top of mind.
Determine your number one priority.
Take at least one step towards achieving it daily.
Align your short term work with your long term goals.
Break big projects into the smallest possible "to-do" to build momentum.
Sleep 7+ hours a night.
Eat healthy, whole foods.
Speak to yourself as you would a good friend.
Take regular mental breaks; just breathe and let your mind wander.
Think: "Pleasurable and purposeless"
Roughhouse with your kids; pull out the board games.
Listen to your favorite songs, taste beer, watch comedy shows.
Bonus points if these hobbies don't include your laptop or phone.
Host a weekly family game night.
Try to only work for/with people you respect.
Have rotating breakfast on Fridays & 1x/month happy hours.
Be intentional about carving out time for family and friends.
Learn the power of saying "no."
Delegate tasks that are better suited for others.
Avoid taking work home on nights and weekends.
Remember: If you try to do everything, you won't accomplish anything.
Write about the small wins in your gratitude journal.
Acknowledge your progress and admire how far you've come.
At the conclusion of a big project, quarter, etc., splurge on a vacation or treat yourself to something you've been wanting.
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