What To Do When Your Distraction Solution Distracts You

2016-12-07T20:00:43-05:00By |Distractions and Procrastination|

What do you do when the solution to a problem, creates an even bigger problem?  Recently a client and I were discussing distractions.  From a time management standpoint, he felt he "could" accomplish so much more if he could just eliminate (or at least reduce) the distractions in his day. He was able to identify two different types of distractions mental and physical. Mental [...]

The Real Truth Behind One Size Fits All

2016-12-07T20:01:32-05:00By |Checklists & Systems|

Our "one size fits all" 1902 replica jersey! I recently took my 13 year old nephew to the Cleveland Indians game.  Game time was 7:05 pm, however gates opened at 4:30 pm.  We arrived at 4:20 pm.  Why so early you ask?  Because the first 10,000 fans received a 1902 replica jersey.  My nephew couldn't wait to get his jersey.  We planned [...]

Don’t Confuse Progress with Motion – The Procrastination Dilemma

2016-12-07T20:01:33-05:00By |Distractions and Procrastination|

Alfred Montapert - "Don't confuse motion with progress - a rocking horse keeps moving but doesn't make progress." The web definition of procrastination is "the act of procrastinating; putting off or delaying or deferring an action to a later time."  I define procrastination as doing ANYTHING other than the activity you defined as you #1 activity!   Confusing motion with progress I call "productive procrastination".   [...]

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