I’ve noticed a very different way of doing things, now, than I used to follow before.
In the past, I wanted (needed) long stretches of time to think things through, figure them out, and then gradually move through them.
Now, though, I work better when I break things down into smaller steps, focus fully on them, and then let them go after a little while.
I never realized, before, that spending too much time on what I was doing, was holding me back.
But it was. I would get tired. Then I’d get scattered. And I would get distracted to the point where I would lose focus on what I was doing, wander off and do something else, then wonder why I could never get anything done.
I know now why that is/was. I get tired.
So instead of trying to do everything all at once, I break things down into smaller steps and do them one at a time. And I don’t try to do everything all at once. If I plan properly, I can come back and pick up where I left off, and all is well.
All really is well. This is a huge improvement for me. I get more done, and I don’t exhaust myself in the process.