We can nurse our pain, but without a plan, that pain will repeat itself.
Have you ever set an intention, and then been surprised how quickly it loses momentum? There are a few good things we can do to stay on track.
From the moment we were born, we have needed a certain amount of order in our lives. We can train ourselves to tolerate some chaos, but also to be wise enough to make good choices.
A decision is an intervention into your own future. You can help your own decision-making ability by knowing your territory, and by knowing your priorities.
When planning your time, it’s worth being mindful of why you are doing each activity. In particular, prioritise tasks with mutual benefit for both yourself and others.
There are two ways to cope with the future. One way is to alter your environment so that it conforms to a future which you