Embrace the Boredom

in #boredom2 years ago

“I’m bored,” I would whine to my
mom as a young child.  

“Oh, well I have something you can work on!” My mom would enthuse in response to my complaint. I quickly learned not to go to my mom to cure my boredom unless I had a hankering to do dishes, clean my room, or fold socks.

It was during those early years that I learned the value of having unstructured time. I couldn’t have explained the benefits in academic terms, but as a child that unstructured time led to the creation of a “tree house”, rich imaginary worlds, and informal bands.

Photo by Annie Spratt on Unsplash

It’s funny what we know intuitively as children that actually turns out to have a whole lot of truth to it. Boredom can lead to more creative problem solving, increased creativity, and ultimately working harder.

When it comes to goal setting, I would put to you that a little boredom is critically important. You might have a solid stretch goal and it might be such a stretch that you truly have no idea how to go about doing it. Embracing boredom could help you take the first step toward your best life.

Photo by Willian Justen de Vasconcellos on Unsplash

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