Do you ever feel drained because you don’t know what to do? Are there too many decisions to make? It’s not always a lot of decisions about one thing, sometimes it can a bunch of things that only have a couple of choices. Decisions use up glucose in the brain, and too many can leave you exhausted. That’s why people like Mark Zuckerberg wear the same color shirt every day, to minimize this problem.
On this episode James interviews Brad De Comarmond about the phenomenon known as decision fatigue, what it’s really like living in LA, and the importance of interacting with others without having expectations of anything in return.
Download this episode of the James Swanwick show to hear what you can do to overcome this problem and where you can find help.
- No matter what decisions we make we will mess up somewhere.
- It’s possible to have too many options, it can drain you.
- Some people are more content with a simpler, straightforward, life.
- Whenever you meet someone enjoy the moment, and whatever connection you have.
- Don’t be selfish when you interact with people.
- We are conditioned to believe more successful people have more educated, but that’s not always true.
- You can’t judge a book by it’s cover.
- It’s important to be around people that inspire you.