Simple But So Hard to Implement

Photo by  Scott Webb  on  Unsplash

Photo by Scott Webb on Unsplash

You want it all.




But you can’t get it all at once.  You can only choose two. Don’t misinterpret this as “I must suffer in one area so that the other two thrive.”

No it’s less about results, and more about willpower and automating.

In certain sections of my life, I find it’s helpful to actively focus on only two things, while letting the last section happen automatically. What this means for me is that while I’m focusing on my fitness and professional goals and recording the steps I take to get there, I must not actively try to improve my social life.

I shall simply let it happen while I focus on my health and wealth.

And you have to be okay with that.

That’s why being an adult is so hard. Because you have to prioritize things, while purposely letting other things fail or go on autopilot.