It’s time to kill the rules that tells us to pick a lane.
Thanks to technology, we can satisfy every fleeting curiosity in an instant. This isn’t always a good thing.
Work is not just what we do to earn a paycheck. It is a form of service to God, and to humanity. It is service to a higher calling.
In our effort to maximize and optimize, we have lost sight of the real work.
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.
We often feel that we can’t make time for rest until the work is done. But the work is never done, so we don’t rest. Here’s a way to get the self-care you need no matter how much is on your plate.
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