Driven. Or being driven?
So what’s new? We all have that sinking feeling at times. Take a step back and smell the roses. It’s tough being us sometimes innit?
Especially for the self employed, the multi-tasking ‘all things being mastered’ professional of today. It depends on how long you’ve been in business of course although with more easy access outlets for our contribution and participation – the so-called easy way to grow the business is driving us to distraction, so much so the ‘routine’ now takes up most, if not all of our precious time.
Seems to me we’re bound up in the ever growing routine don’t you think? Besieged by a multitude of habits that forge our expectancy, test our comfort zone. Sure, we all make the choices, although let’s draw the line – face it folks, it’s the loss factor isn’t it, fear of missing out on what’s current that contributes to the growing ‘routine’ in many ways.
We’re allocating more of our time to chosen tasks that do not directly benefit us … but in reality, we cannot be all things to all channels … can we?
For some this really has become the norm., no time to pencil in (yes, that gem, the pencil!) the drive for the progress, the growth, the new business. Just too busy doing “the same ole ever growing’ routine!”
I’ve had enough – what about you? Who’s driving this life anyway??
What if we take a few minutes (only a few) and look at what is NOT WORKING FOR US during our daily routine? What can we quit? How much time can we get back to invest in ME TIME, growth time? How does the bonus of more time really make us feel?
By simply quitting the NOT WORKING FOR US habits and creating the ‘new’ we ditch the negative, create the space and invite the opportunity for growth.
Try it … dare you to kick the habit(s) and ask yourself. What’s new?