You can’t do it all

If there’s one thing I’ve learned in the past 30 days: You can’t do it all.


You can do it.

Whether it’s delegation, better planning, careful analysis, further education, seeking out more understanding from others, or simply saying no, you can do it.

You just can’t do it, alone.

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  • Martin

    Short post — but it’s funny, I’ve been learning this lesson recently too.  I’ve learned that God has given everyone — EVERYONE — really unique passions, gifts and STORIES and that people will stand on their noses to use their passions and gifts, and tell their stories.

    I work at the airport for a new airline in San Francisco and update my city’s intranet site.  I  turned it into a blog.  I spent a lot of energy trying to come up with content for this blog — but I was just wearing myself out.  So I opened it to everyone.  And man!  Because everyone is contributing what they’re passionate about (be it traveling for free, couch-surfing, movie making, whatever … ) I don’t have a problem finding content.  And I’m not as stressed out.  And the blog is a helluva lot more interesting to read.

    So no, I can’t do it alone.  But I can do it — I just provide the medium.