Balancing Doing and Not Doing

If you’ve felt overwhelmed by the never-ending cycle of creating, planning, and obsessing over your projects, You’re not alone. Brendan and Mark have both been there, caught up in the whirlwind of “doing” without pausing to question its true value.

Neglecting to reassess our priorities can lead us down a rabbit hole of fruitless tasks. We end up feeling guilty for not accomplishing enough, even when we’ve been working non-stop.

It’s maddening to feel stuck in this cycle, especially after you’ve tried so much with such little success. It’s like being on a treadmill, constantly running but not moving forwards.

In this episode, Brendan and Mark dive into the art of “not doing”. It turns out that stepping back from constant creation can lead to unexpected opportunities and maybe even a greater sense of stillness. If you’re ready to break free from the cycle and start focusing on what truly matters, this episode is for you.


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