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How to Embrace Your Offseason During Overwhelm

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If you’re building something great, you’re probably feeling overwhelmed (or have at some point).

There is so much to do, all the time, and the distractions are endless.

I know the feeling well. So do a lot of entrepreneurs.

In today’s 5 Minute Friday episode on The School of Greatness I wanted to give you permission to do something you probably wouldn’t think to do.

When you’re feeling overwhelmed, it’s important to take an offseason (even if just for a day) and rejuvenate.

This looks different for everyone, but it is hugely helpful in letting go of overwhelm and re-centering on what you’re even working for.

I also share one of my favorite exercises to get things off my plate, courtesy of my friend Chris Ducker. Do it.

If you’re about to shut down from overwhelm, give Episode 132 a listen. It’s ok to have an offseason. 🙂

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“When we feel overwhelmed, it’s feedback for us that something isn’t working.”

Continue Seeking Greatness:

  • Chris Ducker
  • Your homework:
    • Make 3 lists: what you hate doing, what you can’t do, and what you shouldn’t be doing + 2 bonus lists: what you love doing and what you can automate

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  • Music Credit: We Are One (ft. Nathan Brumley) by The Bedroom Producers

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Take on my homework assignment and create your 3 lists to freedom (plus the ones I added). It will be a game changer. Let me know in the comments if you are going to do it and tag me in the post when you share your lists 🙂

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