We rush through the day, tackling one task after the other. Or sometimes 10 together. From morning to night, we’re busy. With a hundred thousand things. Following up on xyz, sending mails to abc, reading blah-blah, working on some deadline.
Of all the things that take up our time daily, how many of these things will actually matter 1 year from now? Or 5 or 10 years? Will you remember any of the stuff you spent 12 hours a day on the past week?
Yep, there are some essential everyday activities, like cooking and cleaning and keeping house. Or doing whatever your day job requires. And then there’s a whole lot of other stuff that eats up our time. And I find that its that ‘whole lotta other stuff‘ that takes out the biggest chunk. Not a whole lot of important stuff. Just a whole lot of small things. That maybe, just maybe wasnt really required.
Do you actively prioritise? Do you consciously choose – to do stuff that matters more to you, that’s closer to your heart?