Yesterday and today I had a conference/training on Gambling. I thought I’m in Las Vegas, it’s free, I should go. I moved clients around and then yesterday I got in my car, got on the packed freeway and three exits later turned around and went home to spend the day in the art room. I was thinking about how unexcited I was to spend the next two days in a training about a topic that, while it might be useful, I was not passionate about. I thought, If I only had 10 years left to live, how would I want to spend these next precious few days…and in a gambling conference was nowhere on that list. In our current era, there is too much information. Too many podcasts, too many books, too many trainings, too many choices – Do I really need a whole aisle of toilet paper options and half an isle of toothpaste options?
So the question I ask for myself and invite you to ask is, where do I spend my time that is not in service of my truest desire and need? And how can I cultivate less of a life so that we can have more of the life we are meant to live?
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