First of all, I have to apologize. That was quite the warning shot with that concussion last week. I took you for granted way too much, dear brain. You have done a pretty great job keeping things together over the past 40 years and I’ve been barely helpful at times. I have to admit, I
You set your goal. You do things (sort of) to make it happen. How “on track” are you with this? If things were actually slipping, how long would it take you to realize? To me, that is one of the main things why the change we kinda sorta want never fully gets off the ground.
Having conversations is how we rope in other people into our cause, into the changes we want to make. No big thing worth doing gets done alone, so, at some point, you are going to need other people. They can be our biggest source of energy and support, or it can be quite the opposite.
How can you anchor your plans and goals in reality? Put them in your calendar. Treat this like an appointment with your future self. Especially if you are very busy, if you wait for a time “when you have time”, it just might never happen. Or not have the attention it deserves. Identify key steps
In order for change to take place and for you to have time and resources to take action, you are also going to have to say NO. A lot of NO. In total, a lot more NO than YES. You need to carve out some space for you, for all the new things you want