When it comes to procrastination, we tend to focus on what causes it and how to cure it. If we’re always looking for the cause and the cure, we miss the opportunity to receive the wisdom.
When we view procrastination as an invitation to self-investigation and come armed with self-compassion, we can turn procrastination into a potent productivity tool.
You will never find the time. Time isn’t waiting at the lost and found. The only way to get the time is to create the time.
The crucial skill of productivity is to learn when to step on the gas and when to ease off, when to storm and when to surrender.
If you’re looking to find time, try letting go of the fear you have related to time. The present moment gives you all the time you need.
The statement that time spent on appearance is lost time from work dismisses the value of self-care and reflects a misunderstanding of what the real work is.
Opportunities are not created equal. Before you accept requests for your time, you must consider all the costs associated with that commitment. Here are 5 things I consider.