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dayone - Knocked off your Rails - Issue #9

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dayone - Knocked off your Rails - Issue #9
By Marc Kermisch • Issue #9 • View online
Going into 2020, I had a goal of writing a monthly newsletter and at least 1 article per month. Well, as the rest of 2020 has gone, so has my goal, as I was knocked off my rails…

Knocked off your Rails
I had to let a few things go during the last 6+ weeks. I stopped writing and posting on social media. My newsletter took a hiatus, and I pretty much had to unplug from productive thinking. Instead, I focused on recovery. Included eating well, sleeping, and moving as much as I could manage. What I noticed is that my priorities became very clear. I focused on the most important things at work that I needed to get done and let other things slide (i.e., email). I shed my chores around the house and just focused on my recovery.  [Read the Rest of the Article]
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