Developing a morning routine seems to be a big deal these days . . it’s something I’m working at integrating into my life. One issue I encounter repeatedly though are morning routines that seem completely counterproductive. A lot of what I hear, for instance, seems so insanely time consuming that
In the last post, I mentioned the habit of planning my day the evening (or day) beforehand. This is one of the most high-power ways I’ve found to create a sense clarity and purpose in my life. It takes very little time and it let’s you hit the ground running
Confusion, complacency, and dissillusionment One thing I’m working on a lot lately is clearing up confusion in my life. Not confusion in general, which is a pretty much my norm, but confusion around hierarchy: what is important and what isn’t. Like everyone else, I have way too many “inputs” and
In my last post, I asked “What do you do when you know you ‘ought’ to be doing something, but really don’t feel like doing anything at all?” I want to follow that up with another question: What leads to this state in the first place? In other words, why
What do you do when you know you “ought” to be doing something, but really don’t feel like doing anything at all? Here’s a sample..and very common scenario: I’m tired after work, and I’ve got several things I could attend to. Work on my book, paying bills, cleaning the house.