A Discipline To Time and Space
This is Anne with your Coaching On The Go.
People in this community are still struggling on some level with their calendars at times and their lives and how they’re structuring all the things that they’re creating and all the things that they would like to do.
I have a particular pattern of a successful day for myself.
When I don’t start in that pattern, my day navigates itself with a lot of inefficiency.
I don’t love the word discipline.
To me, it conjures up feelings of being pressured to do things that intuitively I didn’t want to do, or doing things in a way or in a pattern or a flow to fit other people’s structures and not my own.
If I reframe the word and think about what it can do for me and think about it in a new way, then I don’t need to get belligerent around it or think I’m being punished.
I don’t know what your story is about structure.
Maybe you have a great relationship with structure.
Maybe you have however a non-negotiable where your work comes in, so your personal life and your space to dream and to follow the hunches gets invaded by your structures.
This next week I’m going to spend 5 days talking about different structures and different ways to think about your calendar and routine.
You can set up a discipline, or practice, that is most conducive to you having a balance between doing and being, between time on and time off.
They’re equally as valuable.
When you have a beautiful time off, you will often get the hunches and the motivation and the rationale to rigorously dive into something and be doing, and those working hand in hand when they’re efficiently being operated and they’re being respected.
So TuneIn, for the next 5 days.
We’re going to be digging in and looking again at the way you handle and operate your day and time and what the best mechanisms are to set yourself up for a beautiful environment with top-level living, satisfaction, and creating.
Have a beautiful day.