tomorrow. This is going to be difficult because it’s finally spring here and I just want to be outside.
Inside – been putting off working on my Centered Riding portfolio. This now nearly a last minute project. Right now I’m procrastinating by working on this dispatch. I’m going to have to glue myself to the chair and just do it. I just want to be doing agility. I will at least get going on this today and finish it tomorrow.
Why do we procrastinate? Maybe the task seems larger than what we can accomplish. Or, maybe we fail to see a starting point. Or maybe we have hit a previous stuck point and can’t continue. Or maybe we are afraid that we will fall flat on our face in attempting to do a good job. For me, it’s all of the above. I actually, right now, have a knot in my stomach in thinking about this.
I’m now eyeballing my Centered Riding binder/portfolio and thinking that I’ll begin by taking out the binder with my TTeam certificates and reorganizing what I have in it. I’m also going to go to the Centered Riding site – the policies and procedures manual, and at the top of each section, copy in the Level II requirements. Okay. The wheels are spinning fast and they are spinning fast because I’m using writing to problem solve. Now there’s a great book idea. Maybe I can combine it with an earlier idea I had, which is my Writing A to Z book. P is for Procrastination. Now I just want to work on this. I’m on the neural pathway slippery slope. However, I now feel a lot more confident about taking on the above-mentioned task.
Next: 96. 4/6/17: In a State of Glorious Disarray