I read the following this week:
“You do not rise to the level of your dreams. You fall to the level of your systems.” (from chapter 1 of this book)
And it might have been “goals” instead of “dreams.” (I was listening to the book while doing dishes, so I didn’t write it down.) But I think either is true.
Each moment that we use to simplifying our environment and sharpen our priorities into a habitual system (that gets us where we’ve decided we want to go) is time better spent than waiting for herculean motivation or unimpeachable clarity on the execution of our dreams.