Elizabeth Grace Saunders has published her Harvard Business Review article, “Building Healthy Habits When You’re Truly Exhausted”. The article begins as follows:
Forming a new habit in the best of times can be difficult, let alone trying to make changes when you’re already spent. The last couple of years have stretched almost everyone. And you may find yourself exhausted and feeling doubtful that you can really turn your situation around — or simply confused about where to begin.
So what do you do when you’re trapped in the vicious cycle of needing to improve your habits so you can feel refreshed but struggling to muster the willpower and motivation to even try?
As a time management coach, many of the individuals who come to me are already fatigued — sometimes to the point of burnout. They want change but don’t know how to get started. So we need to find a path to recovery that honors their current state but doesn’t leave them there.
To see full article, click: “Building Healthy Habits When You’re Truly Exhausted”
Posted by Anthony Tran, Associate Editor, Wealth Strategies Journal