What singular purpose, focus, objective/goal or task drives your day?
Not day after.
Not yesterday – but today?
If there are two, ten, or a hundred – each item or task merits attention, or they would not warrant being on your list, on your mind – how effective and focused is your quality of attention when so divided and spread among those two, or ten or hundred?
If you are super-human, perhaps …
So often I’ve wrestled this, saying ‘there has to be a better more rational approach’.
It isn’t complicated. It works even better when each day starts with an empty ‘left over’ basket …
Set everything to one side, except one?
Focus on that one. Be one with that one. Once done, choose another one to be one with.
One at a time.
column written/ published from Calgary, AB
morning walk: 21C/70F, light breeze, lightly overcast and so vewwy vewwy warm; Gusta enjoyed the airing-out after a warm night inside and another heat-wavish day ahead! … fantastic dry heat – I love it which proves, I am sure, my Saskatchewan DNA
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