Men's Fitness - - Updates -

Un­ex­pected things hap­pen all the time – and when they do, sched­ules and plans get dis­rupted. We in­tend to make a change and cre­ate an am­bi­tious plan for do­ing so, but some­thing un­fore­seen throws us off-course. Tasks pre­vi­ously con­sid­ered to be pri­or­i­ties may sud­denly no longer be as im­por­tant as a newer, more ur­gent task.

The danger is that you feel dis­cour­aged in­stead of mo­ti­vated, and con­clude that your work sit­u­a­tion is sim­ply im­pos­si­ble to change. So you should do your best to ex­pect the un­ex­pected. In­stead of a new struc­tur­ing task, treat this slot as a “spare” one and use it as an op­por­tu­nity to get back on track if you have fallen be­hind with any of the pre­vi­ous tasks.

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