It is far too easy to get caught up in the daily grind of responsibilities giving very little thought to how today’s choices affect tomorrow’s experience.
But impact the future, they do – one choice at a time. Minimize future resentment and regret by making at least one choice each day that honors your health, your relationships or your aspirations.
- What’s one action that will create a healthier you? Think movement, nourishment, or rest.
- What’s one action that will enhance an important relationship you hope to enjoy well into the future? Think presence, connection, or appreciation.
- What’s one action that will move you in the direction of your aspirations? Think experimenting, learning, or adventure.
News Notes: Last week I delivered an in house half-day seminar for a group of municipal employees, and on another day I presented a half-day session at a national conference for educators in agriculture.
Both groups struggle with overload – too many tasks and projects with too few hands and hours – multiplied by the relentless pressure of seeing no light at the end of the tunnel. Maybe you and your colleagues are familiar with this.
Overload is a common workplace challenge. Many people are comforted to learn that they’re not alone in the struggle. And, they’re even more reassured to leave one of my sessions with a fresh perspective on their situation, AND a fistful of tools and strategies for getting things done while having a life, too.
If people in your organization or association struggle with overload, drop me a line (firstname.lastname@example.org). Let’s talk about how I can help you ease the load and pave the way for more sanity, satisfaction and success.
PS – Your future self will thank you for it!