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Step 1: Take a deep breath, seriously.
- Breathe – Close your eyes or watch a video of falling snow. Take some slow deep breaths. After one minute, check in with how you are feeling.
- Focus – What’s on your plate? Divide up your plate by Must, Should, Could. Draw it out or share with a friend for a minute. Consider how many things are pulling your focus and try to redirect it.
- Vision – Close your eyes and visualize ascending some steps. Take a step upward with every breath, moving upward and feeling accomplished. Now visualize your goal at the top of the stairs. What small steps can you take to reach it?
Step 2: Empty your mind
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Step 3: Prioritize
Step 4: Map your plan to get it done!
What’s on your top priority list this spring?
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