… And you don’t have to turn your legs into a pretzel!
I recently did an interview for Sanebox.com as part of their Productivity Giant series and in it I talked about how my favourite lazy yoga pose is a brilliant way to press ‘reset’ if you’re drowning in distractions and overwhelm is your new best friend. Here’s why it helps you and step by step how to make it work for you:
I’d love to hear how you get on with this!
- How do you handle distractions and overwhelm?
- Do you ever find yourself procrastinating, in order to avoid the inspired actions that might feel secretly scary?
- How does using makarasana – the crocodile pose – help you to feel calmer and more resourceful?
Let me know, via the comments!
And if you’d like more help with this, make sure you join my 5-day challenge on How To Ditch Overwhelm. Plus there are loads of how-to strategies in Dare to Dream Bigger that can really help.
Clare Josa, Mentor to Passionate World Changers
Pleased to inform that your article was mentioned in the recent part of our “Productivity Articles” roundup!
Please find the entire post on https://www.timecamp.com/blog: “Productivity Articles: Ready Player Productive! 20/5/18”.
Glad to be able to help your Tribe, Alex!
If you’ve come from the TimeCamp website, make sure you get my masterclass on how to ‘magically’ make more time – you can sign up here: http://www.clarejosa.com/time/