A lot of people are confused between doing more as in "being more busy", and doing more as in "achieving more". You can't be more busy longer that the time you are awake every day. But you can achieve more than someone else during the same amount of time.
Some of us think we should all be hustling 100% of our awake time to achieve more (thanks uncle Gary and Grant).
But it's wrong, we should both do more and do less to achieve more.
Doing more of what brings most of the results.
Doing less of what makes us waste time, energy, and focus.
It's not a competition for who is trying harder. You're in the game of who is doing the right thing at the right time.
And even if some situations require a lot of action, the vision is not something you can try hard.
Vision comes when you remove the clouds and the fog to let the sky appear in front of your eyes.
When you do less of what prevents you from seeing the one thing you should be focusing on.
Less notifications on the phone Less infinite scrolling on social media Less debating/fighting with people Less trying hard to be right Less netflix, youtube and TV Less flirting, tindering and partying Less dwelling and complaining Less pretending and self bullshitting Less self entitlement and egocentrism Less trying to be cool Less being busy for the sake of being busy Less negativity and low vibe people Less everything that drives you off your way
No need to replace it with anything else.
Just do less of it, let your mind do the rest.
More bandwidth for your mind and clearer thoughts often lead to bigger achievements.