Stop Saying, “I’m Not A Morning Person.” You’re Lazy.

Zak Slayback
Aug 23, 2017 · 5 min read
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Domination at Dawn is a Timeout, Not a Vacation

Most people, when under immense stress or anxiety, look to vacations as a reset period. The reality is that most Americans don’t actually vacation long enough to get away from work, if they vacation at all. So the vacation ends up just being a period of anxiety or of wanting to get more done. Even worse, if you’re an overachiever type (which I assume you are or you want to be because you picked up this book), a traditional vacation period often imposes another layer of psychological costs on you and makes you feel like you have to either be productive while out of the office or make up for the lost productivity while on the road.

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Zak Slayback

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Principal @ 1517 Fund, Author @ McGraw-Hill | Featured in Fast Company & Business Insider- https://zakslayback.com/

The Mission

A network of business & tech podcasts designed to accelerate learning. Selected as “Best of 2018” by Apple. Mission.org