Why Now is the Time to Do Nothing

give yourself a time out for BIGG SuccessAre you ever not busy?
Burn now.

Do you feel that you always have to be productive?
Burn now.

Are you constantly pushing to get to the next level?
Burn now.

Do you jump from one task to another?
Burn now.

Are your evenings and weekends crammed with chores?
Burn now.

Sometimes, you have to burn now to prevent burnout.

You don’t have to be busy now.
It’s okay to not be productive now.
You don’t have to push right now.
That next task can wait now.
The chores don’t have to be done now.
You could use some downtime now.

Occasionally, you have to waste now.
A wasted now is not a now wasted.

You’ll be happier if you don’t do anything now.
So be happy now.

It’s good for you now mentally.
Let your mind flow now to place it doesn’t often visit.

You’ll benefit now physically.
Give your body a break now from the whirlwind pace you keep.

You’ll be better off now emotionally.
Feel the experience of nothing now.

It’s good for you now spiritually.
Commune now with a power greater than yourself.

We know…there’s so much to do.
Don’t do it now.

We know…there are problems that need to be solved.

Let them go now.

You need a break now.
Slow down now.
Relax now.

Give yourself a time out now.
Get in touch now with your child-like nature.
Imagine a better time and place now.
Get in touch with your future now.

Burn now.
Give yourself permission now.
Now is the time to do nothing!

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2 replies
  1. Marjorie Williams
    Marjorie Williams says:

    For me, this was the single most difficult part of learning to be a disciplined, self-employed, business person. First, I had the influence of father with a strong work ethic, which can quickly turn into “work-aholicism”. Second, when there is no cap on your earnings, as is generally the case when you are an employee, the temptation to make money is a strong motivator to work all the time. Learning to “burn” a day without guilt is still a work in progress for me, but I am certain that making time for friends, loved ones, your community, and yourself, is essential to a balanced life. Thanks for the reminder!

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    • George & Mary-Lynn
      George & Mary-Lynn says:

      Marjorie…we know how hard you work. You truly are a BIGG Success. It really is amazing how much more we can accomplish by backing off from work from time to time. Those who give must take time to replenish. Thanks for sharing your thoughts with us!

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