It is crucial to plan and work to keep things realistic. You may decide that you would like to get your next book started and done in the next three days while also building your course, which will accompany the text. During that time, you also have two coaching sessions, three workshops, and a household to clean and run. Precisely what do you think your chances of doing it all are?
I’m not saying you shouldn’t plan. I am saying set reasonable goals. If your goals are reasonable, you stand a much better chance of getting what you want completed done. And in doing so, you may even come out a little bit ahead. Isn’t that better than looking at a bunch of half-done work three days from now and wondering what the heck happened?
If you cannot manage good time management, should you work on mind management first?