It’s easy to think that one day life will be better than the next. But I digress. I think we’re at our best when we’re trying to get our job done in the morning. I think we’re at the edge of our talent when we’re talking about the day we’re supposed to be working out.
The problem is when we’re not on autopilot for so long that we forget we’re on autopilot. Because when we’re not even aware of our own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions, then we no longer control them they control us.
We’re not talking about an autopilot; we’re talking about being aware that we’re not doing our best work. But it’s not necessary to have a great work ethic to be able to be productive. We all know people who are completely efficient with little effort, no time to think, and are completely unproductive. I’ve met people who would be considered as incompetent as those but have the same level of productivity.
In the end, though, it’s not about work ethic. Its about what you choose to do when things go wrong, when you don’t do your best work, when you choose to work through it. And even when you do your best work, you can still have your shortcomings. If you go through with a project and end up with a horrible product, it’s not your fault. It’s probably another person’s fault.
I think thats what it is. You can have the best productivity in the world, but if you dont take care of yourself, it wont last.
If you dont take care of yourself, it wont last. Thats what it means to be human. You can have the best productivity in the world, but if you dont take care of yourself, it wont last.
When I was a kid, my parents had a hard time with things like that. We were always trying to just take a shit out of things like that. I know, I know…I know…I didn’t tell my parents I was going to do this but I knew I could do that. It was always the same thing, the same attitude. I never thought I was going to do this any more.
In a way, the same attitude that you have when you are on autopilot and are not aware of your own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions. You can learn from our experience and remember that we had a hard time with these things. As a matter of fact, when we’re not on autopilot, we might not have a problem with our own habits. We might, maybe, be able to learn from them.
I know this because I have been a victim of our own habits, routines, impulses, and reactions. When I was a kid at the age of six, I broke my leg. I tried to walk, but I couldn’t. My mother was so worried, she couldn’t even take me to the hospital. Even at the age of ten, I still couldn’t remember what happened that night. I never told anyone because I was afraid that I would get in trouble.
I was lucky. I didn’t get kicked out of high school or anything. I have a good memory for the exact location of the accident. But, the accident caused a stress fracture to my tibia, which caused me to limp for over a year. I was able to get around fairly well for a few years, but then I fell into a deep depression. My anxiety began to get worse, and I lost interest in school.