“Either you run the day or the day runs you.” -Jim Rohn
The recovery process is a vital part of performance. Where is it that you need to go to get your batteries recharged? We all get 168 hours per week to spend. Some of those will be spent sleeping; some spent eating; some spent working; some spent playing; some spent learning; and some spent recovering.
The more intentional we can be with our recovery, the more effective we will be with the remaining hours. Now hear me clearly, just resting consistently will leave you in poverty and there can be a fine line between rest and laziness. I like to say, when in doubt—lean towards doing the work.
For this reason I often like to stack a habit along with rest. For example, when I go to sit pool side I will bring a book to read so that I am growing in my knowledge at the same time. Or I may combine work and pleasure when able.
Put simply: Dream BIG & spend your 168 hours a week and 1440 minutes a day wisely—and teach others to do the same. This will provide a massive lift over time.