Have you ever found yourself in a project or involved in an event that wasn’t going well? It’s never too late to decide to turn things around. But you have to decide and then act to turn things around.
What people remember is how you finish. How you finish is how . . . → Read More: Finishing Strong
We have all said that we have too much to do. Having too much to do is a perspective. Another perspective is saying that you have enough to do to always be busy.
When you have too much to do or enough to always be busy, you end up choosing what . . . → Read More: Doing more by doing less
One of the most difficult aspects of managing your time is when you get unexpected interruptions. You could have an ultra-productive day executing your plan of actions, tasks, and assignments and then get an interruption. I call these interruptions a rabbit, as in a dog must chase a rabbit (especially my ½ beagle dog).
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We need to accept that we live in a culture that has more to do than we can ever get done. Well, maybe it’s me who needs to accept it.
I sometimes get so overwhelmed with all I have on my list that I don’t get much of anything done. My . . . → Read More: Focused concentration to become instantly productive
We are designed to be busy even when we aren’t busy. Like free-flowing water fills a hole, we are creatures that find a way to fill our time. Sometimes we fill our time with doing something productive. Sometimes we fill our time with something unproductive. I’ve said before that even recreational time can be . . . → Read More: You probably aren’t busy enough