- Walking briskly indoors (or outdoors when the weather permits)
- Sipping a pot of karak tea
- Finishing a good book
- Creating something
- Chatting with a friend
- Writing, writing, writing
- Communicating with my husband
- Cooking something delicious
- Baking cookies
One line that goes through many of my energy multipliers is that I love being productive. That’s why cooking, baking, reading, writing, creating, and walking all end with an accomplishment–something I can say I made or finished.
Good communication is also a value, especially deepening one-on-one and small group relationships.
I noticed there is just one thing that has me sitting quietly alone. Sipping tea. I love to drink tea, especially spicy, sweet, milky karak tea. However, even though it is on my list of multiplying energy, I am not usually doing it only. I am typically multitasking–reading, writing or working on my computer. while I sip. So, is it really an energy multiplier or just something I love to drink?
Your prompt for the week:
What multiplies your energy? Write these in list form and tack them to the wall above your desk.
Reflect on the throughline between all of these things. What is it they do for you? What qualities do they share?