In order for us to be healthy, pruning of people, places, projects, habits and thoughts need to take place.
Romeo and I have had many adventures together. We adopted him when he was 9 months old and he has gone on walks, hiking, backpacking trips, running, biking, and swimming. You name it, he was game.
My morning rhythm gets my day going and points me in a direction instead of wondering how my day will unfold; there is purpose. Rhythms give us purpose.
In a world of efficiency with messaging, remote work, online meetings, Slack and many more options for keeping in touch, business is still done face to face when it matters most.
We set goals and pursue the corner office, the house, the neighborhood, the lifestyle, the title; and achieve the goal only to ask: Is that all there is?