Is it just me, or do you also want to do like a hundred things at the same time?
On my agenda right now are - build a profitable practice, play monopoly with the kid, workout, read the books lying on the side table, travel to somewhere new, bake eggless cakes, take mom in law shopping, make friends with neighbours, redo the furniture in the house, practice playing the mridangam, teach at the school for blind, plant trees, write a book, learn meditation....
But there is only so much time. My business seems more important than anything else at this point in time - eg: now I choose to write this instead of succumbing to my son's hankering for attention. He is 9 years old and doesn't need mommy to find his socks anymore, isn't it?
'Show me your calendar and your bank statement, I will tell you what you value the most', said Carl Richards of Behavior Gap fame.
I had an opportunity to meet him recently and couldn't help think hard about what he said…
As I thought and thought and explored, I stumbled upon this awesome tool. It's a little 20 question test. You will be asked to pick 1 of 4 responses to various life situations. Typically, you will choose between equally interesting options but what will emerge is clarity on what youtruly value as important. Now, that’s an insight on what youshould be focusing on. And more importantly what you shouldn't be spending time, energy and money on and not feel guilty about it.
Take this test https://shar.es/1U1WxA
This way you can see if, what you are doing with your money is making sense in your life.