“People who are successful in their work are often content being “unsuccessful” in the other areas of their lives — particularly their relationships. In other words, most people are okay with being mediocre spouses, parents and friends, but are not okay with being mediocre in their jobs.”
You need to recover. And to recover, you need to shut down and disconnect.
Benjamin P. Hardy pulls together a collection of scientific and anecdotal research to make a compelling case there are six things you need to recover from every day including work, technology, people, food, fitness, and being awake.
This one’s going to make you want to take a break. For a little extra help, check out how I stopped checking my phone.