Your daily stress accumulates like a cup under a constant stream of water.
It's getting filled with work stress, emails, meetings, kiddos, road rage, task changing, alllll da things.
WTF can we do about it? Those things HAVE to happen right?
If you can slow the flow and eliminate some stressors, awesome. But it's more effective and IMPORTANT to learn how to drain the cup efficiently, so we can stop waiting for burnout, sickness or other life altering things to FORCE us to slow down (which btw is when el cuppo runneth over, look at that neat metaphor).
How often do you 'drain your cup'? Do you wait until you're about to burst? Until you're constantly thinking "gawd, I need a week-long vacation!"
What if we just built in more efficient systems for alleviating that stress more regularly? That'd be cool right?
Here's what we’re gonna do this week...