Why Lack of Clarity Matters More Than Lack of Time

You Can Never Get Enough of What You Don’t Need

When people try to keep or manage their commitments in their heads, instead of on Unclear Viewpaper or some other external medium, they usually have an exaggerated sense of everything they have to do. They’ll often respond reflexively to even simple requests with something like, “But I have so much to do,” or “I just don’t have time right now.”

In emergencies, even people who manage their time in a healthy fashion will lack time. But if lacking time is a daily, systemic pattern, that scarcity probably reflects a deeper issue. Even recognizing an overcommitted schedule, in itself, won’t fix the problem.

Why Lack of Clarity Matters More Than Lack of Time

Speak Your Mind

*