Image of a chef preparing foil to cover food in the kitchen.

I have been largely absent here over the past few weeks, and with good reason. Preparing for my coaching accreditation has taken priority; I have allowed that energy of delivering an outcome to take over, without resistance.

Which means that I have had to allow some things to fall away. 

Not the vital things like self-care.

But unwanted distractions, needless processes, musts-and-shoulds, and rules I had made up around how my work gets done.

They will not return to my life when my calendar opens up once again in the new year. 

Their place will be taken by systems helping me work more effectively the next time life gets hectic.

This busy season I invite you to observe the things that are naturally falling away in how you and your team normally work.

Are those things worth keeping?

Are there consequences to not keeping them?

What should take their place instead?

No action to take in this moment necessarily, but this should inform how you can streamline your work in the future.

Letting them fall away

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