When you’re under pressure, it’s easy to defer the little actions that you need to do in order to accomplish you work. However, each of those little choices to defer action accumulate and become big problems later. On this episode, I share three areas where you need to stay on top of your mindset and mechanics so that you don’t pay a price later.
Don’t rob yourself, and stop trying to will yourself to do better. Instead, recognize that small actions of focus and discipline today is the best way to love your future self. Make investments today so that you can reap a return tomorrow.
What does success feel like at the beginning, or in the middle? It’s difficult to say. In fact, many massive successes felt like anything but success when they were in the early stages. On today’s show, I share some thoughts about how to prevent the hurdles of uncertainty from limiting your ability to engage your work.
It’s getting close to the end of the year. How many of the things you planned to accomplish this year actually got done? For some people, the list is long, and it’s because they failed to engage in all three kinds of work necessary in order to remain effective. On today’s episode, I share the three kinds of work and the traps that we fall into when we fail to engage in them.
The constant shift back and forth from creative work to administrative work throughout your day carries a high price. You pay a task switching penalty each time you try to make this transition. On today’s show, I share a few tactics from The Accidental Creative to help you cluster your work for a more effective work week.