I’m on Spring Break this week.
This means I’m free from work, and while that seems like a GREAT thing (really, it is), I’m also bound by the tendency to let chunks of time like this slip by. Sure, rest and revitalization are crucial to making the most of time off, but so is planning, preparation, and relationship building.
You know, Q2 stuff.
Here are my goals for the week:
- Complete 5 yoga sessions at my gym.
- Start and finish Liz Ryan’s book, Reinvention Roadmap: Break the Rules to Get the Job You Want and Career You Deserve
- Spring Cleaning: Get rid of a bunch of junk that no longer brings me joy.
- Get back to work resisting hate.
And the biggie…
- Work on my business.
Nope, that’s not a metaphor.
I’ve had, in theory, a small business on the books for ages and as recently as last year brought a renewed effort to the cause. But the whirlwind of life and simple personal inertia poured cold water on my plans and ideas.
Inertia is one hell of a thing to overcome.
And I know, perhaps now more than ever, that it must be done.