“I’m always busy” is priority-management bankruptcy
I’m pretty “busy”, most of time. And I know that’s my bankruptcy on priority-management. I didn’t use term “time-management” but “priority-management” because I know “it’s complicated”.
Common excuses are funny 🙂
“it’s complicated” means you can’t explain it briefly. Which is a problem on understanding the essential of a topic. Which is a problem of yourself, not the topic.
“priority management” means:
- You don’t know what’s the more important, and what can wait
- You don’t know where you should invest your time to
- You have trouble on your emotion balance. You are frustrated about what you are doing or facing, but you don’t know how to solve it with good feeling.
- The reasoning of “meaning of life” for yourself is not align with what it’s going to happen
- You feel bad most of time, and feel “keep busy” can solve it
OK, then it’s obviously you are facing a “bankruptcy”! Wow, that’s sad, frustrated, ruin your tomorrow!
Hold on! Is that real? When you reasoning of “meaning of life” you know “tomorrow may never come”, so can you stand on your feet and make a sound decision? Can you? Can you? Can you? Yes, you can. You can control your thought, you can control your body, you can control yourself before a bankruptcy. But not after a bankruptcy. So avoid use the excuse as the sole-reason to support your decision. Make a real logical decision based on your “reasoning of meaning of life”.
Then, stick with it. Live with imperfections, and live with your frustration of coming bankruptcy. Keep reasoning on “what’s the meaning of life, in the context of yourself (including what you love, a.k.a. family)”. That’s the only tunnel to get yourself out of “I’m fucking busy”.
I love the quote “Break the cycle Morty, rise above, focus on science”
Tomorrow will normally come until your last day 🙂 Keep going and break the loop of “being busy without meaning”.
BTW, I’m awakening, I will blog more and think more frequently.