I take at least ten minutes of my day and reserve it for myself. It’s my time for silence, meditation, prayer and non-thinking.
Having so many thoughts and ideas can be overwhelming and frustrating. I suggest using a journal or other method of documentation so that your ideas and plans don’t fade into nothingness. If you’ve thought about something for more than a fleeting moment, then it’s likely an idea that is worth seeing the light of day. Document these thought and inspirations, and put them into actionable development when the time is right.
I’m still physically messed up since neck surgery two weeks ago, and incapable of much. I am, however capable of planning and documentation, so that’s what I’m doing. Surprisingly, or maybe not so surprisingly, I have a few projects that are coming to life now in these days of almost no physical activity on my part. I’ll get more into these projects with you on upcoming podcast episodes.
Be well people. Go make something happen!
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