The Simmering Six

Stop working nonstop if you want peak performance

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I was recently listening to an episode of The Tim Ferriss Show with Josh Waitzkin, and a discussion about getting “in the zone” for peak performance stood out to me. During the podcast, this concept is mostly considered as it applies to sports like martial arts. Turns out, it’s much more widely applicable than that.

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Conor Dewey

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Product at Metabase. Previously growth at Hugo and data science at Squarespace. Writing here now: https://www.conordewey.com

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