I’m the type of person that has to keep moving. I’ve always been that way. Maybe I’m ADHD and don’t know it. What I do know? Whatever it is, it’s really served me well as a free lancer. I hop from one project to the next, can juggle multiple projects pretty easily, even though I may complain, a lot 🙂 and I like having a set of tasks that have to be competed. It’s my jam. I like scheduling things and being able to tick them off as I go.
But…there are always those tasks that I may need/want to do that get pushed to the side. Maybe they’re personal projects, a competition, or some social media that I want to rev up etc. You know what I mean, right? I’m sure you can think of a few things that you’d love to do but find it hard to fit it in. You can plan to your hearts content but there are only so many hours in a day and unless you remove a task, you can’t seem to add a task. So how do you decide which to keep and which to push aside or remove altogether?
You weigh it’s worth! Does it scream ‘Baby I’m WORTH IT!”
If not, it may be a scrap pile sorta project. Sure, you may be able to do it quickly and easily but is it really worth your time? If so, then there’s no question, right? Of course you should do it.
But what about those tasks that are super difficult, scary or painstaking? You know you have some trepidation about even approaching it but can visualize how amazing it will be in the end and know that good things will definitely come of it. These are the projects that you need to have a time slot in your daily, weekly, or monthly schedule. Because you know if you make time for them, the outcome will definitely bring some very valuable results.
Once you ask the right questions…the answers are usually a lot easier to find 🙂
“It doesn’t need to be EASY, it just needs to be WORTH IT!