Equal and opposite life rules

Most of us follow special rules even if we ignore their existence. They are usually the result of all those “learning experiences” we had that were really failures. By learning from our mistakes, at least, we had a payout.

Example: I agree that something worth doing is worth doing well. Why set my hands to a task if I don’t apply my best efforts?

However, one of my other rules is a reverse of this time-honored gem.

It reads, “If it’s not worth doing, it’s not worth doing well.” Simple, huh? I’ll look at what I plan to do and apply this rule. If it’s not worth doing at all, I walk toward something worth doing.

Try it sometimes and see how you’ll free up time and be able apply it to worthwhile endeavors.

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