Once again, Adam Brown really makes a great point. In his book Bright Spots and Landmines (which I finally ordered as a Christmas present for myself) he talks about how often since we don't have time to do something the way we wanted, we skip it all together. https://diatribe.org/dangerous-all-or-nothing...
With New Year's resolutions on my mind, his article can come in handy. If I run out of time to take my 30 minute walk, at least fit in a 5 minute one. If I can't get a whole meal together that I would like to do, don't wimp out and make a fast food run.
Basically, he is saying to do something instead of excuse yourself into doing nothing. Many little steps will get us much farther than no steps at all.
What are some ways that you practice this concept in your daily management?
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