There’s a difference between “working too hard” and “doing too much.” And also possible that neither of these is your actual problem.
In the Age of Analytics it’s easy to get caught up in the belief in the story of numbers. But real results are often invisible for a while.
The very thing that you may believe is a block to your freedom to create is actually essential to creating consistent and sustainable results.
Real results are not about what you start, but about what you can sustain.
Consistency is often considered a virtue, the thing we’re aiming for. But it can also be the reason you’re not getting results.
We tend to enjoy doing things that we are good at, and not enjoy things that we are not good at. This begs the question: how do you know if you’re good at something?
In an age of instant delivery we want our enlightenment and transformation to be instantaneous. That’s not how it works.