“Good” busy, if it exists at all, is a temporary state that, in the long term, is revealed as not being good at all.
A simple hack that will give you a lot more time for what matters most to you.
Radical self-honesty is an essential ingredient of self-acceptance, self-compassion, and self-love. And it’s crucial to freeing ourselves from what holds us back.
When it comes to the reasons why we don’t take action, nothing holds sway quite like the allure of “busy.”
Instead of grasping for results and answers, can you find the courage to engage in the sweet simplicity of surrender?
There’s a common perception that if you’re not hustling and sweating then you’re not doing it right. But is the hustle a sign of productivity or just a sign of a lot of activity?
In our culture, busy has become a badge of honor and a litmus test for success and status. It is also an acceptable form of escape and a culturally-sanctioned addiction.