What to Do When You Get Tired -_- Zzzzz

By Michael Bernoff | people have read this article
29 Oct

Well let’s start with what YOU do…
Do you go, go, go – then lose momentum and put things off til later?
Do you push through when you’re fried and do a less-than-stellar job?
Do you go full throttle and get great results (then crash and burn)?

I used to be guilty of all of these before I came up with a solution.
But before I get into that… Right Now, think about what YOU do when you’re tired…

Everybody responds differently to being tired and there are All Kinds of Tired.  (call it overwhelmed if you like)  Now, what I’ve learned over the years is that Successful People learned to use fatigue to their advantage.  Think of it like potential energy (storing it up) that turns into kinetic energy (energy in motion).  THIS IS WHAT YOU MUST MASTER.  As I said above, even I get tired sometimes (for those of you that’ve been to one of my multi-day events it may be a surprise)  So how about that solution…

I’ve incorporated some major strategies into my lifestyle and that’s what I want to share with you:
How to not feel tired.  (I am certain I can show you how to do this)
How to change it so that when you are tired it doesn’t slow you down.
How to help other people that are tired.  (it’s tiring to be around tired people!)

Point Blank – this will be exactly what you’ve been looking for.

Click Here to Listen to this Powerful Audio!

http://www.byoaudio.com/website_audio/W2zq0Vlr

Michael

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Michael is both a teacher & a life long student of self-development and personal transformation. During his own journey of self discovery, Michael studied and modeled effective leaders recognized worldwide. He focused on their philosophies, strategies, and techniques that have consistently produced rapid and lasting change.

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