Found in an old notebook. Thought it apropos to this week's Decision Filter exercise.
I compartmentalize so each precious moment is designed and deliberate. Moves things forward.
Pardon if I pass on sharing feelings, worries, or concerns. I have them, but can set emotional distractions aside and be here, now, ready to roll. And can tap into and share honest emotion that serves the situation.
I'm not cold but do calculate how to be in each moment. Sometimes that's warm and gushy, others clear and decisive.
There is a fine line between switch tasking and manipulation that I try to never cross. Achieving this is productive self-management.
Note: I'm an INTP, so there's that (analytical, abstract, things-oriented). I like the notion of being more deliberate about how I spend time. Compartmentalizing is a useful skill and practice for doing this.