Is your to do list a mile long? Perhaps your plate is more than full, it’s overflowing.
If so, it might be time to start saying “no,” and making choices about what you’re not going to do.
At first this may seem counterintuitive, however making a conscious decision to say “no” can often be just as important as Continue reading “Just Say “No””
Over the years, I’ve found a tremendous amount of success in prioritizing and doing the most important things first. However, as effective as this process can be, I’ve often been surprised at how minor distractions can lead to working on less important, but easier activities and tasks.
Until more recently, I would have been likely to blame lack of focus or motivation Continue reading “Prioritizing Around The Limitations of Your Brain”