Redlining

Image by Fawzan Hasan Sometimes work and life demands that we push ourselves to the limit, that we run at such a high speed our human engines cross the red line. Yet if we do it too long, we lose effectiveness and eventually burn out. Redline refers to operating across the line of demarcation on your car’s tachometer. When a tachometer shows engine speed in the red, it means you are running too hard, possibly causing damage to the components themselves or other parts of the engine. I’ve been redlining it for far too long, due to a variety of reasons and choices. For example, for the past two and a half years I’ve been writing, traveling and promoting two […]

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