None of us got to the point where we were working non-stop because we thought it was a good idea! We did it because there’s so much work that needs to be done!
Or so I thought.
As I’ve been learning to slow down, I’ve discovered something unexpected.
Most of the work I thought was incredibly important isn’t. Most of it doesn’t even need to be done.
Marie Kondo your to-do list
When I stop and let the snow settle in the snow globe, I can see the one or two things that are essential that I do next.
That clarity means that I can put my entire focus on doing just that, making tremendous progress with a lot less activity.
What gets left out? A lot of stuff that sounds like “I should really…” or “He wants me to…”
Will you give it a try (just for one day) and let me know how it goes?