INSPIRING Video - Tim Ferriss - How His Evening Routine Helps Him To Relax!
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By Jatinder Singh, Associate Partner & Mentorship Coach, Lighthouse International
How many of us look around at successful people and think their life is "now made?" I felt like this about author, investor and life-hacker Tim Ferriss. Tim Ferriss is someone that I admire because he has the courage to go out and experiment with the things that he enjoyed in life, and not settle with what was expected of him. However, until I learnt more about him, I never realised just how much he struggled with anxiety and pressure, and at one stage in his life he even contemplated suicide.
In this video he explains his revised evening routine, and how it now helps him to relax and cope with the stresses of his life. So even though his approach to experimenting and relaxing is quite functional, it's fascinating to see the routine he has created for himself.
Now, Mr Ferriss' routine may not work for you - the point is to experiment with what works for you, and then to create a structured routine for yourself, one that will give you stability. You will find most legends have a evening routine that helps them create that stability and stillness in their lives; it gives them a feeling of familiarity and stability that then optimises their life. Enjoy!
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I am passionate about fulfilling my potential in life and helping others to do the same, so that we can all make a difference to society. I’ve learnt that fulfilment comes from pursuing a goal that is greater than my own ambitions and having a real purpose.
I originally qualified as a Chartered Accountant but it was helping people through entrepreneurship and career development, rather than doing the numbers when I really came started to enjoy myself. I have found that we aren’t taught as youngsters how to deal with challenging life situations and so there are many people that on the “outside” are fine, but “inside” really struggle.