I opened my Day 4 email and was reading it aloud in front of Neil.
After reading the topic, without thought, Neil answered “Me”.
He believes he is a distraction to me in me getting stuff done.
This is true to some degree… but definitely NOT one I am going to remove that’s for sure. Sure we have needed to create some boundaries in how we do life, but once harmony is found, then some sort of balance is created. One that one hopes through open communication, works for both parties.
I think of myself as a pretty organised individual. I get shit done as and when needed. But waking up this morning and reflecting on what I need to remove, I find what I need to be doing more of, is just getting efficient in daily tasks. I have been plodding along in my day because I can. I haven’t had a official job, and I haven’t been busy, and so I can get away with playing with my minutes, hours & days. I haven’t wanted to condense how I complete my tasks.
And today, because my attention was focused on what distractions I could remove, I was clearly able to see what things could shift.
– Getting out of bed the moment my alarm goes off
– Not checking Facebook or any form of Social Media upon rising.
– Deciding what to do and starting it immediately instead of fluffing & enjoying my moments.
– When at the gym – focusing on the task, or exercise at hand. I realized today that I fluff a little at the gym because I’ve been looking to connect with people, and so I float my openness in time seeking to connect with others.
When I have tasks to do, I am focused on these, and I no longer need to float my time and fluff around.
So in conclusion, what is my one distraction to remove from my daily life?
A: Being more focused on my daily tasks & productivity & less fluffing & dancing with the limitless time that I have.