The Challenge of the Checkbox

We like crossing things off our lists of tasks, ticking the box.

When we cross off things on our lists, we get a brief sense of calm and freedom. And that’s the problem. It’s brief. As soon as we complete one thing there is always more to do.

Read how that’s actually a good thing here. And instead of despair, go for the real sense of calm and freedom that comes from

  • knowing you will never be done,
  • knowing you can ride atop the waves of tasks in work and life, and
  • deciding from amongst all that you could do what you will do, now.

 

To your continued success,

Mike

Comments

2 responses to “The Challenge of the Checkbox”

  1. Jay Hodgson Avatar
    Jay Hodgson

    You are getting onto the high ground, Mike! The basic principles behind it all … I love it! Excellent! Out-of-sight excellent!

    Jay

    1. Mike Avatar
      Mike

      Thank you, Jay! You are very encouraging. 🙂

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