Clutter, both of the mind and our physical space, is impeding. Efficiency declines, and sometimes even stress goes up.
Regardless of how unkept you’re desk or bedroom may be, chances are the clutter of your mind is far more impeding. Concern with hours ahead, or days behind makes for an inefficient moment. A mental trip to Tuesday’s sales meeting, for example, is a trip away from the moment at hand.
In 2007, The University of San Diego baseball team was 4th in most national NCAA Div. I polls. Overachievement was in the air, and we were a force to be reckoned with. Reality says, we were a Top 25 program– nothing more. We contended for a National Title because we had a secret. Our secret was even inscribed around the bottom of our uniform shirts, tucked away in our pants– carefully hidden away from competitors who could use it against us. I’ll let you in on it:
“Where are you? Here.”
“What time is it? Now.”
Master the moment. The time is NOW.
In teams of three, complete the following for time:
Each member completes:
25 Push Ups
Then as a team:
300 Med Ball Partner Tosses
1000m Uneven Farmer’s Carry
150 KB Deadlift