Subtract at work.
Less is more.
Take only what you need, only what you can carry.
Everything else is non-essential.
Shed what distracts or complicates.
Subtract relationships, projects, promotions, and clients that keep the main things from being the main things.
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(photo: Last night in Office Depot getting a trifold poster board to story board new ideas… spent a few minutes in a distracting aisle.)
Being busy is not an excuse. Not really.
Ask your CEO (of You, Inc.) to restructure the organization.
Fire some habits if you need to.
Bring in some new habits – the hotshot, wannabe’s.
Do whatever it takes.
Learning to travel light is one of the best habits we can develop as we age.
Learning to accept and embrace imperfections is also remarkably healthy.
We know this yet are tempted by old habits to never change.
Get your CEO (of your life) involved if necessary.
And it will be necessary.
We know this.