Give Your Mind a Lunch Break

Ideas are macronutrients for the mind.

A steady diet of substantial concepts is necessary for supplying your body of work with the fuel that makes it grow and go.

If working, hustling, and creating is how you exercise, then reflecting, meditating, and reading is how you need to eat.

Starve your input, stunt your output.

What new perspectives are you taking in today? What new questions are you wrestling with?  When was the last time you actively pursued food for thought?

If you truly want to make a mark, I suggest you never miss a meal.

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TK Coleman is the Education Director for Praxis. He has coached dozens of young people and top performers from all stages of life. He’s the author of hundreds of articles and is a frequent speaker on education, entrepreneurship, freedom, personal growth, and creativity. TK is a relentless learner, has been involved in numerous startups, and has professional experience ranging from the entertainment to financial services industries and academia. Above all else, TK is on a mission to help people embrace their own power and expand their own possibilities.