When you are constantly busy with one project after another, and each waking hour of the day is crammed with things to do, you can quickly find yourself in a burnout state.
When we watch swans on a lake or pond, we know that the swan’s feet are swimming under the water, but they appear so graceful and placid. It’s like watching a trained ballerina leap across the stage — they make it seem effortless. And yet their hard working muscles and long hours of work make that leap possible.
Q: What can we learn from both swans and ballerinas?
A: Several things — Pace yourself. Take time for full relaxation. Eat well. Stay hydrated. And glide every chance you get.
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