If affluent, relatively happy people are substituting their coffee and wine routine for Ritalin and Xanax, at what point does the proverbial house of cards topple?
Author: Michael Frisbie
The more time we spend doing something, the less time we invariably have to invest elsewhere. The problem with framing our world by such terms is that it exposes us to the perils of scarcity.
The irony is clear: the fear of underperformance can often lead us to push ourselves so much that it becomes a self-fulfilling prophecy. Managing energy, one of the core components to addressing this challenge, requires us to set boundaries that are counterintuitive to most.