This morning I watched a video with Seth Godin. In which he spoke about how important it is that we stop living in 1952. Everyone is waiting for things to get back to “normal.” He suggested that this is the new normal. I agree with his statement, we need to stop looking for what was and start moving in what is now. We even get caught up in looking for the new so much that we miss today. I also heard him say: There are so many videos on YouTube you would never be able to watch them in a life time. YouTube is now the number two search engine on web. There are so many songs that have been produced you would never be able to listen to them all. These two statements I believe give a prophetic picture of where we are. We are so overrun with information; we are confused as to who we should listen to, where we should go, and what we should do. I think we all understand we only have so much time so how should I spend mine? How can situate myself to be in the right place at the right time?

On a webinar relating to social media, the host commented. “You can always make more money, you can’t make more time.” So how are we spending our time? Trying to make today be like yesterday or comfortable or searching for tomorrow is my guess. Once again as Steven Covey wrote several years ago we need to make first things first. When we get our life in proper order the rest is easy. I think I need to revisit my priorities again and spend my time on what is important. Confusion I am breaking out of the confinement you have been holding me in.