Routine organization: the secret to thriving
It is challenging to juggle all the daily tasks, but the result pays off - a lot!
It is understandable that we are all a little overwhelmed: most of us have work, emotional and personal demands that, if not well organized, can end up consuming us.
I believe in a full and prosperous life in all the aspects that I have already mentioned; for this, however, we must think about organization. And when I say this, believe me: I am not talking about making immutable spreadsheets, nor do I mean to suggest that you create rigid plans to live your life robotically.
There is some pleasure in improvising and being surprised by last-minute events. Living also requires being able to let go, from time to time, of our serious structures and our obsession with the clock and the results.
However, it is important to think that we develop our abilities and achieve our goals when we decide we can handle what comes our way. There is no doubt that adversities are real, but the power that our will has is also real.
You need to set priorities
I believe that the success of the human being is conditioned on the strengthening of his body, his mind, and his soul. For me, these three are the pillars that sustain the life not only of those who are exceptional in their profession, but also exemplary in their dealings with others.
If you are used to read the things I share here, you have surely noticed that I care immensely about serving. I cannot conceive the idea of passing through the earth, without providing those around me with a little of myself - and without transforming, whenever possible, their pain into something more beautiful.
Serving the other, for me, is a way of taking care of my mind, but especially of my soul. Giving of yourself to those in need means discovering that there is more than a physical body - there is so much more to be seen and shared!