This is your life. Stop making excuses. And practice every day. If you really want chaos to be a distant memory, then the only way out is competency (and then mastery) of a skill. If you really decided to improve your learning (and your life) you could find the time to plan things out and to implement learning. ~ Sean D’Souza
Most of the business people I know feel overwhelmed. There’s an immense amount of chaos swirling about. And it can feel like that is how life is going to be because it has always been that way.
I have also known people with health problems years later because the chaos kept entrapping them in the stress, intensity and uncertainty from continually reacting. They had no control, clarity or vision. It’s a bad deal.
Mastery comes from competency.
Competency comes from continual practice.
Practice comes from commitment because you want something better for yourself.
I guess you can be ok with the pain day in and day out. That’s better than making excuses. There’s just a giant cost.
It is a fast-moving, crazy world. And it’s spinning faster because of the ease of communicating and being connected. We can’t control that. But we can get better.
Keep practicing. There’s no reason to relent.