Challenging Yourself to the Complete Max

Personal finance

“If you don’t make mistakes, you’re not working on hard enough problems. And that’s a big mistake.” — Frank Wilczek

Do you ever experiment by pushing yourself to the complete max? Do you challenge yourself to your full potential?

I noticed something interesting the other day. I found that I’m not pushing myself the same way that I used to in the past. When I was in school, I studied full-time, worked full-time hours, maintained a relationship, and trained religiously. Now without school, I figured that I would work harder on my other projects. The result is more free time and less results.

This is why I wanted to touch upon the topic of challenging yourself to the complex maximum that you can go physically and mentally.

How can you push yourself to the max?

  1. Do what nobody else wants to do.
  2. Don’t be afraid of work.
  3. Pick up new clients.
  4. Train in the morning.
  5. Wake up an hour earlier.
  6. Take an evening course.
  7. Tighten up your diet.
  8. Learn a new skill.
  9. Overcome a previous fear.
That’s how you can pick up the pace right now to see better results. You don’t have to try all of these strategies at once. I recommend that you start off by slowing adding one new thing to your schedule at a time.
For example, if you’re not happy with your position in your company, you can sign up for an evening course right now. This will force you to manage your time and to learn something new. It might be stressful at first. Then when your course is done you’ll realize that it wasn’t so bad after all.

What can you do if you feel overwhelmed?

  • Cut something out of your schedule.
  • Take a nap.
  • Sleep more.
  • Eat better.
  • Cut out the caffeine.

I don’t want you to burn out. I hope that these tips help you prevent burn out and losing your motivation. I want you to push yourself to the max without losing your mind.

Are you ready to start challenging yourself to the complete max?


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