I start to answer an e-mail and decide to embellish my point by running out to YouTube to link in a video.
On my way, I notice a pop-up on Facebook and click it to see what’s up and an employee walks in asking for a few minutes of my time…
That e-mail I’m trying to answer is kept waiting for another 20 minutes (if it is lucky) before I remember I was in the middle of it.
I love new and exciting projects.
I love getting things accomplished too. I just love those new and exciting ideas and projects so much.
I do enjoy getting results, and yet wouldn’t it be great to spend some more time talking and dreaming about this new idea I had this morning?
Can you relate?
If so, let me share a strategy that seems to be a strong partner in getting things accomplished and in feeding the invincible power of having a zero-to-100-mph-in-5-seconds-flat-brain under the lid.
[youtube width=”625″ height=”544″]http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_pSXy25cEok&feature=share&list=UUz5cmwGtsK5VuCkNaytpQjA[/youtube]