Plans within Plans

There’s often a disconnect between what we want and what we’re doing. When this occurs, it’s easy to be submissive to the grind opposed to analyzing our responsibility within our inaction. How much time are we actually spending working towards what we want? What is in our control to change these percentages? This last question is a trick question because our mindset is always in our control. Even if we cannot change some of the things we have to do, we can certainly how we think about the things we have to do. In turn, this gives us the energy to devote the necessary efforts needed to focus on what we want.

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Writer, Musician, Educator, Aspiring Stoic and Doting Father

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