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Maximizing Your Energy To Use Your Maximum Potential : How To Pursue The Most Difficult Tasks With Your Maximum Energies And Potential! - cover

Maximizing Your Energy To Use Your Maximum Potential : How To Pursue The Most Difficult Tasks With Your Maximum Energies And Potential!

Nicky J. Westen

Publisher: JNR Publishing

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Summary

Do you want to have full energy, concentration and have all your resources at your disposal to accomplish  even the most challenging tasks?Do you want to have a predictable way to regenerate your different energies (mental, psychological, spiritual, physical) so you can tackle the most difficult or challenging situations over and over, without burning out?In this book, were going to be tackling the balance between pushing our limits in any field we choose, how to sustain it and thus maximize our talents, abilities and potentials to be the best we can ever be!A good analogy to demonstrate the concept is weight training.In order to achieve sustained and continued growth, fight growth plateaus, and continue on pushing your limits? You'd need to push harder and harder each time, while proactively having a system in place for the muscles to recuperate, recharge and grow! Muscles dont just recuperate, they recuperate AND grow bigger!If you dont know how to recuperate and recharge? You won't achieve growth, because you cant get access to  your true potential and energies!In this book well talk about how to do just that. Grow and have access to your many sources of power in order to exploit your full talents and abilities!Table of ContentsIntroductionSense of balanceRecharging one's batteryDynamic Self ImprovementSelf InventoryBalanceToo much R&RPeak performanceRhythmExamples of renewalsEmotional renewalMental renewalSpiritual renewalSeeing the real youFaking it `till you make itSelf delusionsSelf development programWriting it down

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