A BUSY BRAIN STRATEGY


LILLIBRIDGE priorities choices

This morning my friend, Marita and I discussed the need to unclutter our busy brains. I’ve found when I employ this strategy—it really helps. In the morning if I make a list of my priorities/values and say to myself that I will only:
1. read
2. click through
3. listen to
4. seek out
information that has me closer to reaching my daily goals that I’m way more satisfied at the end of the day. Try it. Just like everything else it takes practice and daily reminders. You might be amazed at how empowering it can be to act more deliberately. The irony of blogging about this when I’m asking you to not pay attention isn’t lost on me. 🙂

4 thoughts on “A BUSY BRAIN STRATEGY

  1. Reblogged this on wrsurya and commented:
    remind me of the watching-your-breath, slowing-down-your-thoughts, being-fully-aware-of-your-surroundings deceptively simple raj yoga meditation technique… 🙂 powerful, indeed… 🙂

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  2. I like the watching-your-breath and slowing down awareness techniques too. I think as humans, we just need to SLOW DOWN and any technique that can help us do that is a good
    for both our brains and our nervous systems. Thank you for you insight folks.

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