I hate holding up exhaustion as a trophy. I’m uncomfortable with the romanticism around high-functioning, fast-talking over-achievement.
I’m not endorsing complacency or relaxing all the time. I love to work hard. But there’s a difference between pouring out and exhausting fatigue. One requires your best and the other is just double-booking yourself.
Waking up and showing up are just as important. Giving your all is as crucial as being all there. I can’t put productivity over being present. I’m celebrating both the work and the will to get there.
2 thoughts on “Long As You Wake Up and Show Up”
In a world where need never stops knocking it is hard to determine where the Word “no” is to be spoken. Sometimes it all seems important.
Ecclesiastes 7: 16- Do not be overrighteous, neither be overwise– why destroy yourself ?
There is elegance in a lever 🙂