For those professionals who want to make it big without burning out, popular lifestyle guru and motivational speaker Rachel Hollis has some advice: Maintain a healthy diet. Drink lots of water. Get enough sleep. None of this information is new and all of it is common sense, but it's easy to fall into bad habits when working hard for success. Young, ambitious professionals will appreciate this accessible reminder.
About the Podcast
In her Rise podcast, lifestyle guru and motivational speaker Rachel Hollis offers practicable life and career advice. Hollis is also the author of the bestselling book Girl, Wash Your Face.
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8 months agoThese ideas sound nice in idea but some of the most successful people I see in my life do indulge in large amounts of caffeine, lack of sleep, and generally working harder than the rest. Maybe it's not sustainable forever, but it does seem to work pretty well for some people.
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