A long time ago I was learning to juggle. It always started with the most basic step. Throw one ball up in the air and catch it.
Then you would add another, learn to scoop, and keep adding more.
Now that’s an obviously simplistic explanation about juggling, but it got me thinking…
Juggling is kinda like your morning routine.
If you know what you’re doing, it flows smoothly and looks easy to anyone casually observing.
But when you’re trying to break into a new routine, often you can’t get as much done as you want and start dropping balls left and right.
The thing is, when you get good at juggling you can juggle 10 balls in the same time you could juggle one or two.
Yet doing that takes more practice and more skill.
Getting good at juggling works the same way as getting good at your morning routine as well.
Make it easy to start. Master doing one thing before adding the next.
Don’t go trying to juggle chainsaws before you’re ready. You’ll end up frustrated and short-handed.
Now it turned out juggling wasn’t my thing.
But if you’d like to see how I structure my mornings reach out to me at [email protected]