Whatever is your most important outcome, do the work required until completion, or until you have made enough progress to reach a natural breaking point—and enough progress to stay on course. If you don’t start with the most important outcome,…Continue Reading
The elevator door opened and I started to walk out when I noticed I had only gone from the 7th floor to the 6th floor. I had pushed the button to go to the lobby. This wasn’t one of those times when you are on an elevator and not paying…Continue Reading
You can’t manage your time. Time is something over which you have zero control. You can’t find more time because there isn’t any more. You have all you are going to have, do with it what you may.
Even though you can’t find or make more time,…Continue Reading