“Broken Meetings (and how you’ll fix them)” on Vimeo: watch Merlin Mann in action at
TWITTER.COM Headquarters, 21 Sep 2010″
Wondering how many people in the room got the message.
Certainly not the ones buried in their electronic devises.
Merlin is my hero.
How To-Do Lists Give Us a False Sense of Accomplishment: “List-making and to-do lists are a great way to keep track of what you have going on in your day, but over at the Wall Street Journal, Dan Ariely suggests that they’re not as useful as some of us might think.”
Yep. One of the biggest drain on productivity.
But this is only the symptom. So, do not get rid of those to-do lists yet.
Think hard about why you don’t want to do the work in those lists. Act on the outcome of that thinking.
Want to practice focus and attention?
No need to go full meditation mode under a water falls.
Work in an open space.
Is having a call on loudspeaker a challenge? Yes it is.
Does it matter. Well, no it does not. The sound is there. What you make out of it is your issue.
So embrace it, be at peace with it. And move forward.
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You can do anything you want to do. You just can’t do everything you want to do.
— George Torok
Subtle distinction. Make choices, stick to them. And FOCUS (Follow One Course Until Success)
(Quote Via Anything but Not Everything | Michael Hyatt.)