MVP: If there is not enough time, I can choose what does and does not get done.
Yesterday I shared the first epiphany: there is never enough time!
That is the easiest epiphany to embrace. For me, the second one is a bit of a mixed bag. It is at once liberating and daunting.
The second epiphany: I choose where to invest my time.
Yesterday, my day was a train wreck that began with 90 minutes of trying to get my calendars to sync across my devices. From there, frustrated and angry, I reacted from task to task – whatever popped up. I just wanted to get stuff done.
Today (as I compose this), I am intentional. I decided to do yoga. I decided not to do my morning pages or my social media posts. I decided to focus on editing my book because it was weighing on me and because I wanted to get edited manuscripts out to some beta readers.
Yesterday, I allowed my choices to be driven subconsciously. Today, I made intentional choices.
Today’s intention: Today, make choices about what does and does not get done.