How you do Anything is how you do Everything
Back in 2005, I heard T. Harv Eker say, “How you do anything is how you do everything.” At first my mind replied, “Really?” with a tone of incredulousness. Over the years, I have come to see how true that is.
I have been a fast walker, fast eater, and did chores as rapidly as I could do them. When speaking or writing, I strive to be succinct, and have lost patience with those who wax poetic. In short (pun intended), I aim for efficiency and productivity in much of my life.
Then came a confluence of two events: The desire to actually “stop and smell the roses” and my dog Shanti getting older and slower. As I now find myself actually strolling down the street, I speak more slowly to the people I meet. I’ve even noticed how I give myself more space to do whatever I need to do during my day.
As a smile turns up on my mouth and I give myself permission to break out into song, I sense a vacation is next.
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