In the below video, Jom Loer talks about the importance of recovery after pushing ourselves to do great work. He advocates for an oscillation between performance and recovery required for the upkeep our peek production states.
Here is his Ted-Talk:
For the entire article, click here.
Advice to future African Entrepreneurs:
1. Assess where you are Vs. where you want to be. How congruent are these paths?
2. Itirate - 'disruption is a discovery driven process'. We need to fail fast, fail cheap, fall and stand up , tweak it again - till we get the model right.
3. Embrace your constraints - constraints build up anxiety. Anxiety is a good drive for thinking and innovation.
4. Be impatient - impatient for quick wins. Reward yourself once you achieve small wins ..."Don't postpone your joy" - Casandra Goings. And also patient - patient while things play out and CONFIDENT that things will work out your way.
5. Start . Start today! 'Throw down your pompous and start today'...be disruptive now. Take whichever small staep you can, but begin today. Those small steps do add up.