Too much to do, not enough time to do it.
Twenty-five years ago, at the dawn of the modern internet revolution, people were predicting that our technological advancements would eventually allow us to work less, so we could pay more attention to what’s truly important in our lives. Today, however, there’s plenty of evidence to the contrary.
We may be able to achieve twice as much in half the time, but that’s what’s expected of us now – it’s the new baseline. On top of that, technology fills our free time with endless distractions – we’re checking text messages, email, Facebook, Instagram, Snapchat, etc., 24/7.
And so, despite its benefits, our technology has us feeling as desperately overwhelmed as ever.
Or more specifically: mindfulness as it relates to prioritizing, letting go, and reframing our thoughts.
1. The Art of Mindfully Prioritizing
The moment we admit to ourselves that we’re trying to [Read more…]