Prioritize--then get it done.
Wednesday, April 23, 2014
I have a number of tasks that I do not want to do. They are never as bad as they seem, once I get started. It's just awfully hard to get started.
But this is just like my Elliptical Experiment from a few weeks ago. Getting to the elliptical was hard; staying on the elliptical was easy.
I am applying this to the tasks that are on my list, making me uneasy every time I see them.