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crazy times...

Last week was a crazier than normal week for me and I didn't handle it very productively.




My Grandfather passed away, he lived a good life and it was honestly a lot more celebrating his life than grieving but it was on my mind a lot and the funeral was Friday.

I was a little bit more than moderately obsessed with the Olympics, I love the back stories... I love the Olympics. I may love them to the point they distract me from getting shit done... maybe?

I finalized the discussions and found out that I am in fact going to be launching a second radio/webcast show that I am very excited about. I spent a lot of time in my mind creating to do lists and checklist... probably should have just been doing the things on the list... or maybe have written them down, whatever...

I do this too often, either get too much going on or don't organize my stuff and inevitably I let someone down or just fee unproductive. It pisses me off at me, it's not an organization thing, it's a just get up off your ass and do it thing and it's all my fault.

No real point to this post, I just need to go public with my frustrations at me so I could create fake peer pressure on myself to get off my ass and hammer away at things.


10 comments:

  1. So you got through last week...it was bad & good. Now's the time to get down & serious...kind of. Write the shit down, put it in order and yeah...get it done. Organize, prioritize and finalize.

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  2. Grieving is not a bad thing, it allows us to remember who we are and why we do the things we do. Families and friends unite to celebrate a life and mourn that person's physical absence. Ultimately, if used wisely, these life events bring us closer to our purpose here on earth. Hopefully, it gives us clarity in our personal journeys and our life's path becomes clearer. It is in these "perfect moments" that we are given the gift of time, allowing us to think, plan and execute.

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  3. Well put anonymous... I too think mourning is a healthy thing when done in a healthy and common sense manner. It's made much more healthy most times by living a ful positive live that limits regrets.

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