3 Thoughts to Hold on To
1. Why, why can't
I asked why a lot when I was a kid. I still do.
Asking "why can't this. . ." is as equally important.
2. What do I want?
I've started an exercise lately. When I can't think or feel my skin is crawling from sitting too long. I get up, earbuds in and walk in a circle around my block typing out - "What do I want?" and then answer it. Over and over like a crazy person until I feel relaxed.
3. How Much?
How much is this going to cost me? I think I can do more than I actually can. Which inevitably makes me regret much of whatever it is that I'm doing at the time. I think the implementation of asking "how much will this cost me" or put another way "what do I need to give up in order to do X" is a better path forward.