As running is my default in these times, I laced up the shoes and just ran. Was I running away from something or just running? This time I wasn’t sure.
And it was on this “escape” that I realized I needed to take hold of the things I could – the simple things. My bed was never made, I was a slave to the alarm clock, taking on way too much and using unhealthy crutches for my sanity.
And on that run, SHEDs was born. I simply asked myself the question –
What are the simple habits I need in my life to regain a sense of control?
So I listed them and began taking the little steps toward a solid foundation for life.
I began using SHEDs with my clients and all of a sudden they seemed happier, lighter, more at ease – they were taking back control – every day. No big goals, no stretch targets, no big lists – just the basic ingredients for a great day – everyday.