Me again ... this time with something that I've been pondering lately ... life is busy ... full of the ins and outs of work and lifting and commuting and paying the bills and cleaning the litter box and, well, you get the point ... it's just a continuum of doing stuff. i seem to just always be on the go, and while i get a lot accomplished, i look back a week, 6 months, or a year, and i think "wtf just happened?" it's all a blur. in hindsight, when ever did i really chill out and not worry about what was next or anything at all?
Dan John spoke on the balance between chaos and order, and he mentioned that they always start their class with "the drill" to reset everyone, regardless of whether they came from study hall, lunch, math, or french class. similarly, i was wine tasting last weekend, and the standard reset is to eat crackers and cleanse the palate.
i'm guessing that you people have ways to reset too. i find it hard to believe that i am any busier than any of you, if even as busy, but i have a tuff time relaxing or chilling out to just erase the yestermoment and embrace what's next. i've seen organizational, time management, and other angles on dealing with stuff, but that doesn't get it done for me ...
i just don't know how to reset ... how do you?