Or as Stephen Covey says - "sharpen the saw". Take some time to sharpen the saw.
Since I was on holidays I allowed myself to read a "pleasure book" by a friend - Sue Williams - "Ready to Come About". It was a captivating true story of her and her husband, Dave, sailing the ocean alone.
Yes - it was an adventure of sailing, near death, cold, equipment failure, self reliance but what made it interesting is it was the story of personal development. Her personal story woven through the adventure.
Because I know Dave and Sue well, it made the story even more interesting. Dave is an conservative accountant and Sue is a non-adventurer (by her own account). They were an improbable couple to do such a journey.
I really enjoyed it.
I recently read an article on flywheels. https://futureblind.com/2019/08/03/advantage-flywheels/
For many businesses or business problems, this is a great way of looking at things.
Unrelated. There is a simple and great concept - checklists. A book on the topic talks about how they can save lives in a hospital setting. They are good for less life and death situations also.