• Richard Avery

Do we plan for stress?

At the beginning of the year we are often planning out growth paths. What will our year look like and how will be grow?

But do we plan for stress?

It’s a reasonable question to ask, as anyone who’s ever worked out knows you can’t build a muscle without stress.

If we want to grow, we need to apply the appropriate stress stimulus. Therefore, if you’re planning growth in any area of your life, understand and plan for the appropriate amount of work you’ll need to sacrifice.

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