Everybody’s looking for it, one way or another. But where do you find it — what matters most — with enough time left to enjoy it?
So much noise.
To say your world is loud is nothing revolutionary.
What could be revolutionary would be to do something about all the noise. And I’m not even talking about the obvious — all the actual loudness surrounding you every day. All the planes, trains and automobiles.
I’m talking about the noise inside. Because what happens inside your head is all that really matters. You could be in the noisiest place on earth, and if you are quiet inside the world is quiet.
Where is it?
Where is that something you are looking for? You know where: somewhere inside that haystack is the needle you’ve been searching for; maybe for the last few minutes, maybe for your whole life.
How do you find it?
Let’s get real. You only have so many days, years, minutes and seconds to find that pearl of great value.
Time is running out. So how will you find what really matters to you with enough time to actually enjoy it?
You need a system to sort through the haystack.
Please listen to this short talk (about 13 minutes) by Sarah Knight, about pulling away the many layers of distraction, so you can to get to the heart of what you really want. Then come right back for today’s takeaway.
Simplify your life now, so you can find and hold onto what really matters to you — with enough time left to enjoy it.
Want more help?
I can help you find what matters most, so you can spend your days enjoying it.