Last year I took a hiatus from podcasting because I set out on a grand adventure! I decided to do a thru-hike across my home state of Michigan! Which was a total distance of about 1,200 miles, and it took me over three months to complete. There were many moments on the trail where I felt overwhelmed. When the thought of how much further that I had to go crushed my spirit. So I had to remind myself that I wasn’t going to finish it in a day. And that I shouldn’t focus on later parts of the trail, but rather the part that I was currently on and just take it one step at a time.
I’ve also had to tell this to myself again on a recent archaeological project. Where there was so much work that was coming up. But I dialed things in to deal with the immediate tasks at hand and left tomorrow’s problems to tomorrow’s me. In this episode, I break this idea down and talk about how you can implement it into other areas of your life!
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