The challenge in the process is not in making decisions; it’s in creating the foundation that makes decisions easy.
Entering fight-or-flight mode can give us the push we need to get things done. But as a productivity strategy, this isn’t sustainable.
Results are great. But when you focus on results at the expense of process, you are doomed to fail in the long run.
The commonplace assumption that concentration is difficult in an age of digital distraction is a cop-out. It’s time to take ownership of our distractions. Digital is not to blame.
When you consider why you’re doing any action or choosing a certain path, do you give a reason or a rationalization? There’s a difference.
Whether you perceive it or not, the energy in your environment affects how you think and feel, your creativity, and your productivity. Here’s how it works.