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Have you have been trying or intending to do something but just don’t seem to get on with it?

It happens to me all the time. Often this is because I have so many things I want to do that I confuse myself with my ever-growing list.

So the first thing I do is to make a list from the list; I cull my inventory of desires, nice to haves, good intentions, promises to others etc., down to what I can do today.

Then I choose one thing, on the understanding that as soon as I do, I’ll forget about lists and all of the above. I just get on with whatever I decided to do that day, or that moment.

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