How to Banish Boredom (Video)

“One of the chief causes of fatigue is boredom. To illustrate, let’s take the case of Alice, an executive who lives on your street…

Alice came home one night utterly exhausted. She acted fatigued. She was fatigued. She had a headache. She had a backache. She was so exhausted she wanted to go to bed without dinner…

Suddenly, the phone rang. The boy friend! An invitation to a dance!

Her eyes sparkled. Her spirits soared. She rushed upstairs, put on her Alice-blue gown, and danced until 3 am.

And when she finally did get home, she was not the slightest bit exhausted. She was in fact, so exhilarated she couldn’t fall asleep…

Was Alice really and honestly tired eight hours earlier, when she looked and acted exhausted? Sure she was.

She was exhausted because she was bored with her work, perhaps bored with life. There are millions of Alices. You may be one of them…

Hear the rest of the story on today’s #AskNoahStJohn Episode…

And learn how to banish the boredom that produces fatigue, worry, and resentment…

Got a question? Ask me anything in the section below!

Noah’s Note: How to Banish Bordeom

Today’s #AskNoahStJohn Show is compliments of How to Stop Worrying and Start Living by Dale Carnegie

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Noah St. John

Noah St. John, Creator of Afformations®

Founder of Power Habits® Academy

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  1. JC August 28, 2017 at 6:02 pm - Reply

    Thought of sharing this here specifically to folks trying to eliminate boredom. First you need to identify your ennui…you can do cognitive shifting when you sense tedium settling in. It’s easier to position your feelings and concentration if you catch yourself descending into boredom before the cloud coats your brain.

  2. Xander August 28, 2017 at 6:13 pm - Reply

    Boredom makes me an emotional eater and caused me to gain weight so i am now working my butt off at the gym to shed off some ‘boredom fats’, which is my way now of…well, breaking away from boredom 🙂

  3. Frendy August 28, 2017 at 6:37 pm - Reply

    Boredom can be a hint of sort we need to take heed to and respond suitably. Regard it as an indication and confederate toward a more satisfying life, rather than a problem to eradicate.

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