I took 95 pages of notes over the past week. Nearly 24,000 words typed. This is part of what I mean when I say that we still need to “process” the event.
We’re at the airport on our way home from our second World Domination Summit. We already have our tickets for next year. Still ahead of us is the flurry of boarding and disembarking, changing planes, getting a ride share home from the airport, picking up our pets from two different kennels, unpacking, and restocking the fridge. In other words, back to mundanity!
In the midst of the scramble, somehow there’s still time for reflection. There’s still time for strategy. There’s still time to examine what we’re doing and check in: Is this what we want? Are we doing what we planned to do? Is this working? Does it work for me, or does it not work for me?
Then there’s the implementation of all our prospective new projects!
Back to our regularly scheduled schedule.
I've been working with chronic disorganization, squalor, and hoarding for over 20 years. I'm also a marathon runner who was diagnosed with fibromyalgia and thyroid disease 17 years ago.