Anything that can’t be solved today, shouldn’t be given the headspace to take away from today, what needs to be done today.
The longer we live, the more stuff – literally and figuratively – we drag along with us.
Career, family, regrets, achievements, friends, dreams, conflicts, promises, goals – all of these take up the valuable – and limited – real estate inside our heads.
It’s a continual fight to maintain some semblance of balance, and proportion, to these competing priorities. And, it’s a never-ending struggle to keep what we truly value at the very top of the list.
If one isn’t careful, it’s easy to be totally overwhelmed by the overabundance of choice. Paralysis by Analysis is a very real consequence of too many competing priorities, and too little time or resources or – simply too little you – to address.
We are not machines. We can’t simply turn off our needs, wants, and emotions at the flip of a switch.
But we always have choice over our own actions, over our power to…
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