It’s unlikely that we’re starting the working week with nothing to do, sat twiddling our thumbs, waiting for that first e-mail to ping into our Inbox so that we can get started. It’s more likely that we’re already pretty full, with a To Do list as long as our arm, wondering how we’re going to get it all done.
But what about our long-term plans, the things we want to be doing in the future, the things that will give us purpose and help us to grow ?
To do the things we want to do, we’re going to have to stop doing some of the things we’re doing now.
So rather than asking ourselves how we’re going to get it all done, wouldn’t we be better asking ourselves if it even needs doing at all, and if it does, how can it get done in a way that needs less of us…?