I read somewhere that every moment of your life should be spent working toward your goal. Well, this week, every moment of this week, I couldn’t make myself read any of my books, look at any of my notes, or edit future plans.
I spent time at my 9-5, actually working my 9-5. I wrote a new job description that I will present on Tuesday, I went to lunch with a colleague and with that worker bee numbness, traveled each way, back and forth on the Metra.
Then I remembered something else I read…’non-doing is a cornerstone of mastery in any realm of activity’.
How do I apply this statement?
Metra commuter rides = Meditation
Wherever You Go, There You Are, Jon Kabat Zinn