The body…at work
Chefs describe Maison place as both a physical organization and a state of mind and teach that the one supports the other having all tools and ingredients in exactly the Right place let’s chefs get into that state of flow the permits them to work quickly and at a high-level.
Routines don’t tap into willpower, resilience, or intrinsic motivation, leaving you more of those resources to spend on hard problems. Routines also save time.
There are no variations in this routine. setting my physical body on auto pilot for the morning… Frees my brain for creativity
our body loves routine. It loves the status quo. It loves to consistently move, but above all else it loves homeostasis. If we can keep a consistent routine and Freeeup the body asking for consistency, we can study direct our efforts towards great creativity.
By giving our body consistent wake times, meal times, and break times, we are able to free up mental and emotional bandwidth for harder problem-solving tasks. Even though the pole to produce more, and run faster Is alluring, we need to keep our physical health and rhythms and check, so that we are better able to run fast, and produce more some of the most prolific creators of all time Worked at maximum four hours a day. This allowed for them to produce high-quality work, while mixing in regular intervals of rest. Our body is a lot like a best friend. They need consistent check inns an acknowledgment. You don’t need to treat them as a second job, or break your back for your best friend, but you do need to be present in their life at times, and ask them questions, and truly care deeply about them, or you won’t have a best friend for very long. Our body is a lot like a best friend. They need consistent check inns and acknowledgment. You don’t need to treat them as a second job, or break your back for your best friend, but you do need to be present in their life at times, and ask them questions, and truly care deeply about them, or you won’t have a best friend for very long. The same goes with our body, if we don’t attend to it, it begins to get resentful and lash out with chronic pain, weird injuries that seem to crop up out of nowhere, or We find our moods sporadic, unpredictable and destructive in our relationships or business dealings. We have messed with the delicate balance of hormones, neurotransmitters, and other feel-good chemicals and bacteria in the body. By simply taking care of and attending to our body inconsistent and small ways, we are able to reap huge benefit, and reach our potential creatively and intellectually.
Either you’re crushing it and feeling imposter syndrome, or you and your team are burning out.