March 23, 2020 Daily Post
We feel good about ourselves when we get a lot done.
A day full of appointments is a day void of opportunity to produce deep work.
A week full of things to do is a week void of time to think about what really needs doing.
A productive month does not equate to an effective month, so why pursue the former?
Might it be time to start training ourselves to feel good when we get the ‘right things’ done, rather than when we just get ‘things’ done?