Efficiency 2020

Pass percentage completion. Accuracy. Life’s a number’s game.

Moneyball.

Life’s also a game of moving parts. Sometimes we swing and miss.

At this advanced stage, I don’t have too many more player reset buttons. To get the most from the remaining experience, I need to be efficient.

Step 1: Prioritize. What do I want to maximize?

Health? Wealth? Family?

Step 2: Develop a plan or routine that implements those priorities.

Step 3: Eliminate behaviors and habits that are counter-productive to my goals.

This last part is the hard part. I’m hopeful that framing the decisions as beneficial to me (instead of puniative, restrictive, etc…) that changes will be easier to make.

When I get to the end, turn in the kids, and cash in my life insurance, I don’t want to have wasted a single minute.

Efficiency 2020.

Maximize Life.

About Laura Alford, PhD

I'm a recent graduate of LSU (PhD in Accounting). In addition to academic research, I also write fiction on Tuesday nights with the Asilomar Writers.
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