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When Energy Goes, Resiliency Declines

by Eileen McDargh, Chief Energy Officer - Monday, May 07, 2018
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Just finished Daniel Pink’s newest book, WHEN: The Scientific Secrets of Perfect Timing. To my great surprise, the revelation of “when” is directly correlated to your energy! In fact, who would know that there are more unsuccessful surgeries, judicial renderings, and financial decisions done in the afternoon. It has everything to do with energy!

This highly researched, easy to read book lays out how to determine your personal energy flow AND what are steps you can take to get over the valleys that zap your energy and hamper good decisions and action.

Since I know many of you don’t have the TIME to read, please explore the following infographic. My caveat—both Pink and I disagree with the “animal” descriptions presented in this graphic. I am none of those. At the same time, the rest of the information is spot on and very useful.

Now, having been at my desk for almost two hours, I am taking a walk outside while I drink 16 oz of water. Just what the “doctor” ordered.

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Since beginning her consulting and training practice in 1980, Eileen has become noted for her ability to speak the truth with clarity, wisdom, humor and compassion. Long-standing clients and repeat engagements attest to her commitment to make a difference in minds, hearts and spirits of organizations and individuals. She draws upon practical business know-how, life's experiences and years of consulting to major national and international organizations that have ranged from global pharmaceuticals to the US Armed Forces, from health care associations to religious institutions. Executive Excellence magazine selected her as one of the top 100 thought leaders in leadership and among the top ten consultant providers of leadership development.

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