The worldways social marketing blog is a reflection of my personal journey towards being more intentional about my day. I want to encourage people to use their time to reflect and to choose to be more intentional about their day. I hope that my blog helps others to do the same.
One of the things that makes the worldways blog so interesting is that everyone who reads it does so in their own way. The topic of social marketing is one that I’ve been thinking about for a while, so it’s nice to see the topic being discussed in a more personal way. In fact, I think this blog has made me a little more intentional about my day.
This is a great idea. I love that the worldways blog is talking about the importance of being more intentional about your day. I also like the idea of putting it into action. By looking at my own day, I notice things that I can do to make more of it better.
This is a great idea. I know that I have a tendency to get drawn into the “flow” of my day when I have a lot going on, but it is important to take a moment every now and then to look back over what you’ve done and say “man, that was a long day.
Most of us know that we should try to make an effort to break up our day into a series of small blocks and that we should make each one of them count. The issue with this is that we often lose track of time. When we lose track of time, the small blocks don’t work. We end up feeling like everything we did was too much and we should have spent some time in the middle of the day, but instead we felt like we were on autopilot the whole time.
You know what? That’s exactly what you are. No matter how much you try, you just can’t seem to break up your day into a series of small blocks. I hate that. Why is that? I think it has to do with how you perceive time and the way you organize your day. If you don’t like the way you organize your day, then you might want to take some time to figure out why.
I think you are putting too much of an emphasis on thinking of time as a series of small blocks. There are so many things that I do and do not like about my day that I feel like I sometimes fail to do something. For example, when I eat lunch, I usually think I have to get lunch before I go to work, but it turns out that I don’t have to get lunch before work. I just have to eat right before I go to work.
In the book, time is seen as a series of blocks, or “days,” that we experience sequentially. This is the way we organize our lives. But in reality, most of the time we live in the “now,” or the present. We are always living in the present, but at some point we can look back and think about the past or look forward and think about the future.
We can never really recall the past, but we can always say where we are going and what we are going to do. This is why we keep track of the past and future. This is also why we keep track of the present. It is easy to forget where you are and what you are doing when you are at a party or a job site for the first time. This is why we keep track of the things we did yesterday, or at least we do.
You don’t have to make a list of what you did yesterday, or what you will do tomorrow, but it helps. It helps you live in the present. It helps you avoid the past. It helps you plan for the future. It helps you take your foot off the pedal. It helps you stop and appreciate where you are.