Seasonal Tug of War

There is a challenge going on right now. It's the conflict between Getting Shit Done and the desire for semi-hibernation at the end of the year. Is it possible to have the best of both of these worlds? I think so but you definitely have to get yourself in the frame of mind to be pro-active. Plan accordingly and then you can chill. I know, I know, the planning part is sucky for a lot of people. Believe me I more than understand that. But if you don't want to lose traction with what you have already created it's a necessary evil to stay consistent. The good thing is there are relatively easy ways to stay in the game. > Have a vision for the next big (or biggish) project. > Create a plan. > Lay

Shit Happens

Shit Happens. It's Inevitable. But how you react to it makes all the difference in the world. Life throws curve balls. Unexpected things get thrown at you. Even expected things that are a constant pain in the ass in your life will always try to slow you down or completely derail you. Do you let them? Absolutely you do! We all do sometimes. But HOW LONG you let them throw you off track is something you have control over. You may not be able to control other’s actions or the weather, but you can control how much of an effect things have on you. Taking a few deep breaths to calm yourself and to bring in some clarity and perspective to a situation is a tool everyone should keep in their back poc

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