Tribe, I have really tough news. There is not one other single person walking the planet that actually controls whether or not you achieve your goals. NOT ONE SINGLE PERSON.
When is the last time you asked yourself this question? When is the last time you challenged yourself? It is easy to challenge others, but what about ourselves? I love this question because even if after asking it, I remain firm in my perspective, the question itself allows me to pause and become more flexible.
Unmanaged, this trait in me could be a fatal flaw. It causes procrastination, missed deadlines and can hurt my brand. Managing this tendency to fall into indifference has been a focus my whole life and suspect it will need to continue to be.
Once you believe all problems can be solved and that you can be apart of the solution, you will run towards the challenges ; you will be energized by them and you will likely find great success in being a problem solver and optimist.
You might want to find an accountability partner for this. These tasks will seem simple but will more difficult than a cayenne pepper, maple syrup and lemon seven-day liver detox.
I have found that it becomes easier for me to stay present for more time throughout my day if I single-task everything as best I can.
You must allow yourself to be loved in the darkness and not just the light. You must reach for acceptance when you are hurting and confused not just when you have solved the puzzles of life.
These are just some of the daily activities I found through an energy journal process that allow me to control and manage my energy like a gas and brake pedal.