Time and attention - two of our greatest resources and two of our greatest gifts. And yet, many of us (myself included) don't always spend our time, energy and attention on the things we need to do the most.
Sometimes stress or ambiguity will push us into the deep need for something comfortable - so we go to our comfort space and either (a) micromanage someone else's work because we love it, but it isn't ours to do or (b) avoid what we likely need to do (I won't list things here because it is very personal what we tend to avoid doing - one person's "a" is another's "b" and vice versa.)
So building on the insight from Gretchen Rubin, today,
Reflect on what you might be doing to avoid what you need to do