#69: What Have I Not Procrastinated?
That which you really value
In an endless chase after the person I want to be, my eyes are blind to the truth of who I am. I put on my calendar, a to-do list, and a weekly plan that which I want to be doing. Yet, when I honestly record what I actually do, untainted by judgment or desire for it to be different, a true image of me emerges.
Perhaps the value of calorie counting, time-tracking, journaling- any form of an unbiased survey is to face the reality of what is, not want-to-be. Procrastination reflects non-priority, non-desire to change. Action reveals priority and manifests a desire for change. So I ask myself: