Energy & Purpose
About ten years ago Tony Schwarz wrote an article in which he suggested that we shift our efforts from managing our time to managing our energy. Time, he suggests, is a finite resource.
Energy, on the other hand, is not.
I’ve been teaching an online course for the past eight years called Living on Purpose. I always begin the course by encouraging people to step back from their lives and reflect on some key questions.
Then, as you begin to examine where you are at this point in time, you may get a sense that you have too much going on. Or maybe not enough. This is where it’s helpful to look at your life and purpose from a standpoint of energy. Is your energy too scattered, too focused, or just wasted. Here’s a simple way to help you consider how to move forward.
Gregg Krech is the author of the best selling, The Art of Taking Action: Lessons from Japanese Psychology. He will be teaching the upcoming online course, The Art of Taking Action, which begins March 1, 2018.
Gregg Krech Author, Naikan: Gratitude, Grace and the Japanese Art of Self-reflection (2002)| Author, A Natural Approach to Mental Wellness (2004, 2011)| Author, A Finger Pointing to the Moon (2000)| Editor, Thirty Thousand Days: A Journal for Purposeful Living (1993-Present)| Director, ToDo Institute (Vermont) (1992-Pr......