Ideally, the majority of time would be spent in the space of joy while intermittently attending to necessary tasks.
Unfortunately, many of us have our lives set up in a way that disregards our needs. We spend a lot of time taking care of tasks before we can attend to ourselves. These joyless patterns keep us distant from our well-being. They keep us out of flow.
Look closely at the disruptors in your life. Where can you be more efficient or ask for help? How can you minimize your time in that state or can you cut it out altogether?
Alternatively, is it possible to find or insert joy into the disruption? Is there a hidden upside or can you add an activity that makes it enjoyable? (For example, business meetings that take place during a walk in the park.)
How creative and dedicated can you be about spending more time in flow than not?
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