I have been deep in the ‘doing’ (or ‘do-do’ as I refer to it), for some months now. When you’re deep in your do-do it’s easy to lose perspective, take short cuts, rush, focus on the ‘list’ and forget to remember that life is for living not doing.
How often do we focus on one small mistake, or the one small comment or piece of feedback that indicates an opportunity to improve? And how often do we focus on the small thing and completely overlook the big picture? It could be the amazing project that’s been completed; the big sale that's been secured or the massive body of work that has been successfully concluded ... and how often do you find yourself ‘dwelling’ on the bits that went wrong, rather than the huge chunks of it that went well?
Monday, 6 November 2017 - 3:55pm