The Energy Problem

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If your day is like mine, you feel drained of energy.

We live by energy. The more you think about it, the more tired you feel. We get up early, we workout, we eat breakfast, we do schoolwork, and etc. This would be fine, except we don’t have time.

Most people don’t have the luxury of planning their schedule. We have a routine and stick to it because it’s easier than chaos.

The problem is humans aren’t simple. People aren’t robots. They want a social life, recreation, sex, drugs, money, adventure, and knowledge among many things.

But we feel like we don’t have the time, let alone the energy.

How do we program our energy to match our desires?

More importantly, if you leave the house at 7 A.M. and don’t get home until 11 P.M. how do you have time for anything? People ask this same question to advice columnists EVERYDAY.

Surprisingly, the answer is simple. Well, simple-ish.

You match your energy to an activity. I’ve found when you schedule your activities based on energy level you’ll be much happier.

For example, my creative energy is highest at night and so that’s when I’ll write. Or maybe, my strength and testosterone are highest in the morning and so I’ll workout then.

The idea that you’ll get a hot girlfriend or make a million dollars by following the path of conventionalism is laughable. The world owes you nothing.

That being said, I’ve noticed that successful people in my life and in general usually have a habit and stick to it. Maybe that’s working out first thing everyday or reading a new book a week.

And hell man, I’m just some 18 year old. I’ve been an adult for less than 3 months. DON’T follow my advice religiously because I’m no genius and happy to admit that. However, it’s up to you to find your energy levels and and pursue activities to strengthen them.

I’ve found this works well for me. I hope it works for you, too.

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