When you are “crazy busy,” as the world is today, the quality of our life and hunting suffers. What’s the solution? Do the opposite of what feels good and focus on what’s important.
When we cram our mental faculties full of information; appointments, deadlines, commitments, ideas, and even “bucket lists”, we end up giving halfhearted attention to a laundry list of activities instead of sustained, quality attention to fewer, more important objectives. Our careers, relationships. and hunting all suffer.
The real problem isn’t trying to cram more stuff into an already disorganized space. Oh no, the real problem comes later when we tried to find things and extract them efficiently.
Cherish time, it’s your most valuable resource. The most important choices you’ll ever make are how to use your time. You can never make up the time you lose.
Doing fewer things well rather than a lot of things halfheartedly will make the biggest difference in every aspect of your life.
“If you don’t have time to do it right, when will you have time to do it over?” – John Wooden
Good Luck and Good Hunting,