#070 Body & Mind

How mental breakdown changes the way I look at hustling.
A quick one.๐Ÿงต๐Ÿ‘‡๐Ÿผ
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Hustling blindly every day won't get me far.
As mentioned in @kadavy's "Mind Management, Not Time Management" book, there's nothing much I can do on a wearied brain.
I have to wait to recuperate to be operational again. Taking slow steps, but surely.
It might not be suitable for a very tight schedule projects, but instead of time-writing (for freelancers), I'd do mind-writing; add buffer time for mental recuperation.
Can't help if you're an employee. Sorry.
Maybe ask your boss to read the book.๐Ÿ˜…
Constant communication do help to align the expectations, so there's no under-delivery, as we can't cover everything on a single (initial) call.
And when stuck, don't be afraid to ask for (outside) help.
Inspired by @empirepowder, having plus-minus-next on a daily/weekly report is surprisingly helpful for the brain.
I call it "mental review". It helps to clear some concerns & self-doubt. https://nesslabs.com/plus-minus-next
What else can I add?
There's no right or wrong on how we handle our mental health. Every one is unique. We can only learn from each other. Share notes and whatnot.

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