THE LIFE INTERRUPTED
Monday, August 9, 2021
Countless times – over a week or a lifetime, we get interrupted.
Not planned, deliberate pauses, nor vacations nor weekend breaks, but interruptions that pierce a morning’s rhythm, derail meetings or send well-laid plans down proverbial rabbit holes.
James Clear touts the notion of having specific times allocated to high priority activities for things that matter a lot …
5 AM for a walk or setting fixed times for ‘personal maintenance activities’ makes sense. Just as we do meetings and functions according to a schedule, ‘self-care’ items need that discipline as much, if not more.
Interruptions can be our reaction to the unexpected, but they can as adroitly be scheduled reasons to remove ourselves from meeting quagmires and endless time-wasting webinars.
Somebody should always be at the front of the line, and our view should be unobstructed.
Congrats on making it to three score and ten!, SB, Calgary, AB