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How much time do you have to get where you are going? We compare apps with friends to see which are the most accurate in predicting traffic patterns, fastest routes, and shortcuts to arrive at our destination the fastest.  This could be as much about your strategy to get to the next business meeting, as it on how you approach life.  I am a complete believer in how you do one thing, is how you do everything.

When was the last time you were with someone and they said, “Wow, did you just see that?!”  And you have no idea what they are talking about.  That is what happens when we are focused so strongly on something in the future, that we have no time to actually be present.  This is absolutely what defines living in a state of worry or fear.  We are so consumed about what might be… what if we are late, what if we don’t get that job, what if our house doesn’t sell for what we are asking?  What if we spend our life focused on how to get to our future the fastest, without realizing that our success depends upon what we need to learn along the way? And what is our quality of life, if we spend our time worrying about might be, without appreciating what is―right now?

This is the conversation I have with my guest Kevin Bulmer, host of The No Schedule Man, podcast.  As we head into the holidays, be where you are.  Yes, even if that’s stuck in traffic.  You will never get this moment back.  Make the most of it…

Be happy for this moment,

This moment is your life.

With “No Schedule” Gratitude,

Michelle Dutro

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