Find something that makes you happy and stick to it.
Figure out what gives you energy and double down on it.
Understand what gives you a sense of accomplishment and do that consistently.
Notice what puts a smile on your face and expand that until it fills most of your days.
The alternative is a spiral of negativity that will be every day more difficult to escape.
Do not go there.
Once you have put something out in the world, it is your responsibility to ensure it is used in a proper way.
Shifting the responsibility to users and customers is just spineless.
What if a simple task, instead of fueling regret for the lack of a challenge, would push us to give our best consistently?
What if a simple goal, instead of fueling discontent for the little reward, would make us full?
Difficult, complex, busy, huge are often considered measures of success and satisfaction.
You can take a different route.
Most of what we do goes unnoticed.
Good and bad not always get rewarded or sanctioned as we are used to see in novels and movies. And we are often alone dealing with what follows.
Not only we are main characters to our own movie, we are also the sole interested audience.
Can you accept that?
If you do really care about the well-being of your employees, set the right example.
Go on holiday.
Avoid late night emails.
Go home early.
Take time for a walk.
Delegate and prioritize.
Do not be always on.
It starts with you.