"What" is clear
There have been many changes in recent times. More coming down-the-road
Good news, is that people seem clear about “what” needs doing. Unfortunately, there is also some bad news, people seem clear about “what” needs doing
Here’s a dilemma
Woody Allen once said “avoid the pitfalls, seize the opportunities and be home by 6 o’clock”. Simple. Only problem, it doesn’t happen
For a great many, avoiding pitfalls, seizing opportunities, is a struggle or never eventuates
Home by 6 o’clock is dreamin’ or, if they do, after kids are in bed, a nightmare (more work to do). At least there are weekends to catch up. Yeah right!
People seem to be working harder and harder, yet are time poor, lacking energy, without fulfilment, enjoyment, satisfaction in their lives, ease and grace – forget it! – …. joie de vivre at home, and work, gone missing, or never to be found? Elvis, has left the building!
Who you are
makes a big difference to everything
Unfortunately, this gets overlooked, time and time again, which is a big mistake…. perhaps because all too busy, rushing to fit everything in; racing at breakneck speed < pause, to draw breath > to…. err…. err where? Run run run. Faster faster faster. Hurry hurry hurry
It is worth reflecting on Kierkegaard’s ever-timely insistence that “of all ridiculous things the most ridiculous seems…. to be busy”
“What” only gets you so far…. and, that’s not far!