Are we avoiding?
I don’t know about you, but for me this is a great time to avoid doing hard work. It’s hot. I just got back from vacation. Everybody’s out of the office.
Don’t get me wrong – we all need to have some relaxation and downtime.
But we know that most of these reasons are bogus excuses.
It’s easy to blame a lack of progress on things that aren’t really true. The question should always be: what do we learn from this?
It’s certainly possible to plan around vacations. If it takes me a day to get back in the groove after some time off, then I just plan that into my schedule.
If I’m relaxing, then relax. Play. Space out. Do something different.
But when I get back to work, then I’m going to try to make that time productive. Because otherwise, it’s just frustrating.
I blog regularly on this topic on a site called The Values Based Business. If you find this article interesting…