Small Business Owners Sometimes Need to Let the Plates Fall

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Kimberism: I must govern the clock, not be governed by it. Golda Meir

Recently my life has gotten away from me. It has been running so far a head that I can barely keep up. Evidence of this came after a good friend complemented my work and then questioned me about the numerous typos popping up in my writing. My first thought was that I am doing my best to keep all of the plates in the air. Then I began to consider what I needed to reevaluate and re-prioritize.

Do you feel that you have more on your plate than you can possible eat? If so, are you trying to jam it all down your throat, so that you lose all sense of taste and enjoyment in the process?

I have decided to let some of the plates fall. Instead of driving myself at an unreasonable pace, I am setting the pace that is right for me. You may have noticed took a few days off from my blog while I visited family.

If I win the race and am miserable in the process, surely I have won in vain. Rather my goal is to play with all I've got, while being fully present in the moment. How are you setting your own pace, establishing boundaries, and learning to let the race pass you by when you determine you need to slow down and recalibrate?

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