Frustrated, flustered, flummoxed, you’re feverishly manipulating entries in the calendar of your smartphone. Overlapping meetings, conflicting priorities, obligations, and the sheer volume of activity in your life. And no matter how hard you try, how creative you are, how much you squeeze, or how much magic you conjure, it’s just not capitulating to your best efforts.
You might ask… “how can I manage my time better?” Typical and conventional this causes us to look for tactical solutions, little tips and techniques, but sadly most you’ve already exhausted.
You might ask… “help me deal with my frustration when there’s too much to do and not enough time to do it!” A better example of identifying the real issue.
But what if we looked at frustration differently. Not as an undesirable thing to be avoided, but merely the price we pay for something in return. Something to be grateful for. In this latest 3-minute episode of Timekeepers with YourTV Halton I challenge us to expand the context of time and frustration, to consider gratitude. You may very well discover that the frustrations you feel when matters are as challenging as I pointed out at the start of this piece, are worth it.
Please enjoy the video and if you’d like to explore how unconventional common sense like this can help you or your business make better decisions with your time, reach audacious goals, and become more empowered and energized toward an awesome outcome, please reach out to me.