Rule #3 Build recovery time into your hectic schedule. That means more than just getting enough sleep. It's about planning your day and taking the time to spend 10 or 15 minutes in quiet reflection, to do some meditation or prayer or whatever works for you. One way is to trim those usual 1 hour meetings to 50 minutes. In the end, choosing to make time for your health and the relationships you value outside of work could help make your business more successful. Research has proven that when we cultivate a healthful way of being in our whole life, we show up better at work. We are more productive and more innovative.
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