It’s sometimes funny how life works. You’re busy doing whatever it is you do every day and then something is said that really hits home and makes you think long and hard about something.
That’s what happened to me the other day when I was taking a cycling class at the YMCA.
Our instructor, Teesa McKinley, was leading the class and giving specific instructions on how fast to pedal and encouraging us to do our very best – it’s our class, of course, so we need to push ourselves so we can improve and make progress.
Teesa is a 1981 graduate of West Point, so more...
So often, “time” seems to be the enemy. I never have enough of it. I get up early in the morning and by the time I get ready for work, eat breakfast and straighten up, two hours have passed.
Once I get to work, I look at my calendar and hopefully nothing will interfere with my schedule. Because then I’ll end up moving the tasks I didn’t complete today to tomorrow’s calendar. It seems as if each day the calendar expands with more tasks to accomplish.
So what are some of the reasons we all feel the stress of this time crunch?
Too Many Responsibilitiesmore...