333: Clock-wise vs counter-clock-wise ​

Every day, same time, the clock strikes: It’s time to start–and finish–a blog post.

The things you really ought to do–but don’t–need us to be clock-wise:

  • When there’s no set time of day: We have many ways out. Excuses include, “I don’t have the time”, “It doesn’t fit into my current lifestyle”, and, “Maybe later.” It’s clock-wise to set a time to do the things that matter.
  • When there’s a set time, every day: Now there’s only one way out. We either choose to do it, or we choose not to. The excuses are gone, this was the time. It’s counter-clock-wise to expect things to always happen by force of will alone.

Where are you allowing yourself to be counter-clock-wise?

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