All In or All Out

You must be all in or all out. This isn’t a burn the boats thing.

It’s not the “all in” that’s so important. It’s the “all out” part. When you take a break or a pause, you need to go all in on going all out. You need to rest in a way that really recharges you.

Music credit: Metal Interlude by Alexander Nakarada Link: License:

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