Mental energy is your most important asset.
Time is not—hours don’t matter when your brain is incapable of making good decisions. If you’ve ever sat in front of the TV for 30 minutes to watch something you’ve seen before because you’re tired, you know time is not your most valuable asset. Money is not—dollars can’t buy you clarity or stamina. If you’ve ever bought anything beyond food, water, shelter or your other basic needs, you know money is not your most valuable asset. Too many people are oblivious to the fact that their mental energy levels are finite. As soon as you wake up, your brain power starts to decline. The only way to conserve your brainpower is to reduce the amount of mental strain you experience each day. You must stop draining your mental energy levels by bickering with negative people, overcommitting yourself, and engaging with victims and vices. Instead, you must start aligning everything around you with the positive results you want to achieve. Here are 5 brain power-reducing mistakes to avoid.