I worked on my webpage last Sunday morning while my family slept. Before my wife and kids woke up I made them a breakfast of crepes with maple syrup with slices of pear. I made coffee and tried to find a few moments to update the Seven Steps Facebook page. While doing this I looked at my diary and a long list of tasks I needed to attend to during the day, the week, the month. I felt a tinge of frustration that I couldn’t simply focus on finishing my book The Seven Steps to Healing your Brain. I’ve been working on it for nearly five years, but life seems to jump out every time I try to settle in.
The truth is, life happens. It can’t be stopped. So how does one find the time to do the things the need to do? Here are few helpful techniques I try to employ.
I’m looking forward to finding the time to finish The Seven Steps to Healing your Brain by the end of 2018. If that doesn’t happen, I’ll regroup, reassess, and continue on. Every moment I spend on the project brings me closer to finishing.
Find the time to do the things you need to do to recover. And be grateful for the journey.
In the spring of 1990 Allan Boss was in a motor vehicle accident. He suffered a severe traumatic brain injury. The attending neurosurgeon informed his family that he would never walk again or talk again. He went on to achieve three university degrees, has written/edited four published books, has run four marathons, and is currently writing a non-fiction book about his recovery.
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