[vc_row][vc_column width=”1/1″][vc_column_text disable_pattern=”true” align=”left” margin_bottom=”10″]I’ve often it heard it said that you “can’t stuff up bacon and eggs.” After all, you don’t need rocket science to cook an egg. That being said, there is an art to cooking your egg just the way you like it. Whether it’s sunny side up, or flipped and slightly running in the middle, or cooked so that the yoke is hard. Add more eggs to the pan and it gets even more complicated. You have to give it your full attention, stepping away for more than a few seconds could seriously jeopardise the end result.
At this point you are probably wondering where the hell I am going with this egg cooking thing. So let me not delay and get on with it.
Think of each egg as an important aspect of your life. Like your work, your family, your hobbies and sports. I’m the kind of person who tends to add many eggs to the pan. I seem to be delusional about how many eggs I can squeeze into the pan. Sometimes the eggs are even cooking halfway up the sides of the pan!
The problem with this is that they require my full and undivided attention and it’s impossible to manage them all well. Some eggs are going to get damaged and some might even break. Others will just not be treated with the respect they deserve. I’ll end up feeling frazzled and overwhelmed and of course my internal critic will have a field day, reminding me of just how spectacularly I am failing.
So what’s the solution to this dilemma? Less eggs in the pan!
· Less is more.
· Prioritise what is important.
· Only add more as you free up space by completing what’s already requiring your attention.
· Don’t take on more than you can manage.
· Set yourself up to succeed.
What do you think?[/vc_column_text][/vc_column][/vc_row]