Many of us go from emergency to emergency, rather than taking the time to plan what we really want to do or how we're going to do it. This week's exercise is to plan one little (or big) thing in your life, then execute that plan.
Let's say it's planning to study for your biology final next week. Think through exactly what material you need to cover and how much time it will take to really assimilate it. Then schedule that time into your calendar and stick to it. Does this feel different than pulling just cramming the night before the exam?
You can (and should) also do this with your big goals. What do you want to be doing five years from now? What do you need to be doing three years from now to know you're on the right track? One year from now? Then what do you need to do this month to get there? This week? Today? This could be a great New Year's Resolution exercise.
Write it down. There's real power in committing on paper. Even better: write it down, then share it with someone you trust to hold you accountable. That will be your contract with yourself.
Today we will all be together in Hulsey Recital Hall. Bring your calendars! We have items to discuss.
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