Excerpt from LinkedIn Daily Rundown (US) on Sunday, August 26, 2018:
It’s all too easy to get stuck in the mindset that all of our activities must contribute to an overarching, ambitious goal. But, as Quartz’s Rosie Spinks writes, we’re better off when we cut ourselves some slack and make time to do things just for the sheer joy of it.
“We don’t need to … make sure that every single thing we spend our time on has a measurable and quantifiable outcome. We can dabble, meander, dip our toes in projects they have no business being in — and not feel the need to tell anyone about how much we did or didn’t accomplish.”