In reimagining my life and career, and in helping my clients navigate their own personal or organizational transformation, 3 challenges mess with all of us:
Paradox #1. We need to accomplish, or achieve more, with less time to do it and more distractions.
In this video below I lay out a simple practice I use each day to minimize distractions:
1 – What is 1 thing I am willing to say YES to today?
2 – What is 1 thing I am willing to say NO to today?
3 – What is 1 thing I am willing to ASK FOR today?
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Adventures in Workflow Design: The Integrated Workstation
Today’s setup features a $50 music stand for a standing desk. I use a yoga mat on the floor for the feet. I order (and burn) Nag Champa in bulk to maintain The Vibe. The green smoothie is a Vitamix of banana milk, pineapple, kale, ice, banana, and protein powder.
Today’s integrated workstation. How we work in a given day should be dictated by the client needs. I’m currently designing an exec offsite (in our home) this week, while updating some online courses to kick-off The New Sobriety program next week.
For my fellow integration-obsessed people, how we work can honor the 5 Non-negotiables: Soul, Vitality, Family, Art, and Work. Our work can be a spiritual practice, an exercise in vitality, an expression of art, and be in service of clients + family. Integrate it all, I say!
I’m designing a sick “Cookbook” of Integration Rituals for November’s Encinitas Retreat:
The Integrated Life: Design. Practice. Live it. 7 spaces remain!
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