Eliminate story making small decisions.


 Eliminate story making small decisions


You've probably read a lot about CEOs that wear the same clothes every day, or who have eaten the same breakfast for the last 15 years. 


This isn't because they're boring people, it's because they understand that small, almost undetectable decision-making is what will rob you of the majority of your morning energy. 


When you have to constantly think through what you want to wear, eat, do, say and be, you exhaust yourself.  It is, in a sense, a paradox of choice. The more options we're given, the less happier - and productive - we are.