Busyholism

“I’M TOO BUSY”

You know you are too busy when:

• Your dog has figured out how to walk itself
• You shout “hurry up” at the microwave
• You eliminate moisturizer from your nightly routine to shave 20 seconds off your day
• You offer more money to your trainer to skip your work out appointment
• Waiting for the green light seems like an undeserved vacation
• You decide to drink less water because the trips to the bathroom burns up precious minutes
• You announce to your lifestyle coach you’ve solved all your problems and are quitting coaching to save 1 1/2 hours a month
• You order the risotto because chewing chicken takes up too much time

Do I have your attention?

It does takes time to care about the things that matter to us. When we get “too busy” to focus on what really matters to us, we lose pieces of ourselves.

Busyness breeds indifference.

Go here, create your member account and take the “Busyhholism Inventory” assessment.

That is unless you’re too busy.

It is the ordinary woman who knows something about love; the gorgeous ones are too busy being gorgeous.

Katherine Hepburn


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  • Oby December 14th, 2015 8:02 am

    I would also describe the sitoatiun as is then ask the question: what impact do you think this is having on the team’s ability to achieve its objectives? On the assumption that the team agrees that the absences may prevent it from achieving its objectives, I would ask the team to think about how the problem could be overcome. It may be that the team or team members need to meet with the offending team members to establish why they have been absent.

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