It is during our darkest moments that we must focus to see the light. – Aristotle Onassis
Do you feel overwhelmed?
There is so much for you to learn. You have a diverse range of interest.
For me, I want to write, draw, play the piano, learn to play guitar, play badminton, learn wushu, weight-lifting. running, learn programming, learn Photoshop, learn video editing, public speaking, reading, singing.
Well, you get the picture.
There is so much to do, and yet so little time available.
You feel overwhelmed. You feel stressed. And you end up doing nothing.
Or doing everything without the feeling of fulfillment.
Does this happen to you?
The key is to understand this, We can do anything, but not everything at the same time!
Once we know this simple, key concept, life will be easier.
The key to success lies not in the things you do, but in the things that you do not do.
Decide what is it that you want to focus on doing.
What are the things that you must do now?
What are the things that are essential for your long-term goals?
What are the things that are essential and not good-to-have?
Focus on the essentials and remove all the fluff.
You still can pursue other interests, but not in the same intensity, focus, attention, time, and effort poured into it.
For me, essential things to do are writing and running. Public speaking is a good to have skill. But it is not critical for me to learn now. Playing badminton is relaxing, but I have an upcoming marathon to participate.
Prioritize well and you will live a life without unnecessary stress.