Too often we find ourselves trying to conquer too many things at once. By serving too many masters, we end up serving none well.
This is where audacious goal setting can help. But how do you pick your next big thing?
Too often we look for the latest, cuttting edge thing to keep our (shortening) atention spans occupied. New theories, new tech, new science, new approaches.
But how often did we have something very good that we just let slip and drop away?
Everytime we start something new we take a free-fall. We take a leap and deep-dive through content, experiences and challenges - picking up untold excess.
So how do we shed it to return to a calm simplicity?