People that meet me in person are always interested in how I have/can do some many things. and when I think about… it is brute force.
I force myself to complete tasks, I ride myself and sacrifice a lot of personal time, energy and resources to complete projects.
But over the last year or so, as I mellow in my old age 🙂 I have decided that I don’t really want to feel that I am brutally moving through life, like a bull on a rampage.
I have been reading a lot about Zen Buddhism and the whole concept of making each and every action a meditation or an enlightening experience, it is an amazing concept.
Now I have been reading Leo Babauta’s Zenhabits.net for awhile and the ideas of simple productivity are really starting to grow on me. I have decided to read and studying Leo’s Zen to Done book again. This time, not just reading it but practicing it as well.
This book was written for those who want to get their lives organized and actually execute the things on their to-do list.
I don’t want to sacrifice my goals and vision for zen calm, so I need to learn how to be zen productive!
Simple, productive and goal oriented that is how I want to walk through my daily life on my way to enlightenment.
The Full process is 10 steps or habits. Some I have already been working on or have already completed so some habits will be easy and others will be a little harder. I’ll write about my Zen to Done Journey along the way and share my insights on the process.
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