What are you living for?

Wow! I always felt in the back of my mind that this was true but dared not buck the wisdom of “doing more with less”. Less money. Less time. Less thinking. I have now chosen to do less and pay more attention. Attention to what I have decided is important to me. Looking forward to living it.

With today’s technology, multitaskers are using PDAs, cellphones, text messaging and emails to stay in connected 24 hours a day. While lighthearted nicknames like “crackberry” have been coined to describe this almost obsessive behavior, what happens when we become addicted to this connectivity? Do we exclude the other important dimensions of our life? — Stephen R. Covey » Blog Archive » How to strike a work and life balance

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