We all know being busy isn’t the same as being productive. It’s a lie that’s damaged many great leaders.
There’s another lie many leaders face. It’s the lie that they don’t have enough time to spend with those that matter the most.
That’s a lie from the pit of hell, if you ask me.
We need to be willing to slow down. We’re missing life when we’re going here, there, and everywhere while ignoring the most important parts of life.
Over the past couple of months I’ve realized that my life has been on autopilot going a million miles an hour in directions that I’m not controlling. It’s left me feeling dazed and confused.
Life happened and it’s gotten the best of me. Read more...
Can you hear it? That small whisper in your ear. It’s telling you a lie.
There’s a good possibility you can’t hear the lie well. But you feel it. You’re compelled to do what it says.
The whisper is telling you that you MUST be busy.
You’ve heard this whispered lie, right? That’s why you try so hard to fill your day with activities and motion. The lie of busyness is why I there are days I try to fill my time with unimportant busywork.
We’ve been told to be more productive, we’ve got to be busy doing work. We’ve got to fill our schedules. We’ve got to pack our day with activity.
And it feels good. We’re doing work! We’re getting things done! We’re being productive!
But it’s a lie. Just like the cake is a lie. Read more...