Welcome to Change Your Mindset (formerly known as Improv Is No Joke) where it is all about believing that strong communication skills are the best way in delivering your technical accounting knowledge and growing your business. The way of building stronger communication skills is by embracing the principles of applied improvisation. Your host is Peter Margaritis, CPA a.k.a. The Accidental Accountant, will interview financial professionals and business leaders to find their secret in building stronger relationships with their clients, customers, associates, and peers, all the while, growing their businesses.
Ep. 68 – Greg Conderacci: Supercharge Your Spiritual Energy
We’re talking to returning guest Greg Conderacci, the energy management expert who wrote Getting Up!: Supercharging Your Energy and, at the age of 66, rode his bicycle across the United States in just 18 days.
In Getting Up!, Greg writes about the important difference between time management and energy management. Doing more, and living a happier life, isn’t about having more time – It’s all about having more energy. We don’t get any more time, but we can all get way
Throughout this three-part series, Greg discussed four types of interrelated energy, which you can remember by thinking of P.I.E.S.
- Physical energy is the ability to just get up and get going, and it’s the type of energy that a lot of people focus on… but it’s the least important of them all.
- Intellectual energy is what people usually get paid for. Do you have the energy to solve puzzles, solve the problem, meet these needs, etc.
- Emotional energy is the one that often causes the most problems. In episode 46, we discussed the “energy vampires” who drain your emotional energy, and how you can combat them.
- Spiritual energy fuels passion, commitment, and endurance. Although for many it’s religious nature, it doesn’t have to be – spiritual energy is embedded in each person’s mission; his or her’s life purpose.
Spiritual energy is the most powerful source of energy, but often people don’t really understand it until they work their ways through the first three.
If you look at people who make a powerful impact in the world, they all do that on the basis of spiritual energy. Gandhi, Martin Luther King Jr., Mother Teresa: these people didn’t get elected to anything, they didn’t have armies, but the sheer power of who they were came through, drove their lives, and changed the world.
You can learn more about managing energy, reducing stress, and balancing your career in Getting Up!: Supercharging Your Energy.
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