The Life Coaching Series
Written by Life Coach Carioca Da Gema
“Mr. President, you have a meeting in 6 minutes.”
Is every minute of your day accounted for to maximize productivity and assure all gets done?
Without organization chances are that important things will fall thru the cracks and disrupt life when you do not expect.
Most of us keep our lives under wraps with some kind of scheduling. Time to leave the house and time to get to work will dictate other actions being taken in between.
Let the direction of the wind navigate what we do is also an alternative. An interesting aspect about the ‘go with the flow’ people is that in the end, bills get paid just as well as the others counting their seconds. So what is the best way to go?
There are things in our existence that must be done timely and others eventually. Personality plays an important factor. It is as easy for the messy ones to leave the clean up for later as it is for the tight ones to vacuum all the crumbs as they fall.
Outcomes can be designed but not guaranteed. The controlling of every move we make or the lack of it is an illusion at best; as life can take turns outside of our realm in an instance. Find comfort with your daily activities, prioritize your needs, and be yourself.
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