Go figure, the man who’s made living questing for the science behind what makes people tick believes in being realistic and living in the present-tense to stay balanced.
Listen to bio-hacker millionaire, Tim Ferriss, discuss how he maintains a balanced, happy life:
I’ve heard his approach to starting and ending each day by listing things he’s grateful for to stay grounded. I’ll admit that it’s a practice that I just can’t get into, no matter how hard I try (feel free to leave your thoughts in the comments if this is something that grounds you.)
How about his views on changing our focus to wind down, instead of just switching the thought process off completely, like you would with most meditation practices?
Easier said than done, right?