“Life is really simple, but we insist on making it complicated.” ― Confucius
If life is truly so simple, then why on earth we would make it complicated for no reason? Well… have you experienced, that when you had nothing better to do you found all sorts of “problems” and when you actually face true adversity in your life you realize how silly it was? I was there… I was upset of not having what others had, I was chasing the newest and latest trends to prove that I’m worth…
There’s no better way to say as “we work the jobs we hate, to buy stuff we don’t need, to impress people we don’t even like…” So I just could wake up at the down of our lives or in the critical life event to realize what really matters?
Let’s look at this from quantity vs quality perspective:
Would you rather do 2-3 things exceptionally well with love and passion so the people you approach would fall in love with you or your service? Or you would rather do 10-20 things “on the run” or “just patching the gaps” where people will be indifferent or unhappy with your approach or service?
Do you think this kind of evaluation of your current duties would be effective?
I urge you to take some time in your busy schedules and give a thought how it would be if you had enough time to do things with love and passion and pleasure… And yes there will be things that you will have to say “no”, but just think about that…
“Simplicity is the ultimate sophistication.” ~ Leonardo da Vinci
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