How good are you at predicting how you will feel today . . .
Can I do that?
If my schedule says I’m having a meeting – shows me I have a plan, a day plotted out – can I construct how I feel, how I will feel, how effective I’ll be?
Is this question about my emotional life or my scheduling skills that will determine the outcome, determine if this is a good day v. a not-so-good day?
Attitude, preparation and showing up always matter – so does sleep, ability to focus; so does experience with similar situations. But when I’m good at this, is it because of experience and gray hair or from a better understanding of what drives me.
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