There is a natural law of “getting”. As stated by Newton’s third law “for every action, there is an equal and opposite reaction”. While that may be true in literal physics, it can be more complex than that.
Consider how often an action creates a compounding and greater reaction.
For example, . . . → Read More: Get more than you give
As a leadership coach, I need to travel a lot for face-to-face meetings. Most people waste a lot of time when traveling. If I’m not careful, I do too.
Let’s face it; travel causes a bunch of necessary interruptions during your travel day. It can feel easiest just throw in the . . . → Read More: Come fly with me: Remaining productive
Now we are almost a month in to the new year. I can tell because the gym is starting to be less crowded. Those New Year’s resolutions to work out have met reality.
It’s never too late or too early to resolve to make a change. There is nothing magical . . . → Read More: Start and Stop
I have always loved the Army commercial from 1981. The tag line was, “In the Army, we do more before 9 am than most people do all day.” I’ve always thought it was a great concept to aspire to accomplish something great during the day before anyone else even gets started.
A . . . → Read More: One man’s story to find more time
We allow ourselves to be distracted. Yes, I said we “allow” distractions. I will defend distractions by saying “I can’t help it”. But that is ridiculous. I have complete control of choosing to be distracted or not.
I define a distraction as anything that interrupts or stops your progress to . . . → Read More: A distracted life