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It’s not that you particularly want to read your email, it’s more like you feel compelled. Partly out of curiosity, partly out of dread, and partly out of confusion.
What should you do now?
“Tell me, what is it you plan to do
With your one wild and precious life?”
If you check your email, undoubtedly it will tell you.
At least, it will tell you what someone else would like you to do. But chances are you still haven’t answered that question yourself. Maybe you’re afraid to answer it. Maybe you don’t know how.
I have been in this place so many darn times. Trapped in the thinking, “I have to” instead of “I choose to.” Anxious because I can’t fit it all in. Worried because I don’t want to disappoint anyone, least of all my overachieving, perfectionist self.
Fortunately, I just received a book that addresses this very issue. Tell me if this sounds familiar: