Start every day with strategic clarity by spending 10 minutes reviewing what one-to-five things you want to achieve this year, what your strategic priorities are for achieving them, and (most importantly) what businesses, activities and opportunities you have decided to say “no” to because they distract you from what is truly important. — Kaihan Krippendorff
Working and interruptions…
The thing about working and interruptions is that we have to know when to say “NO”.
You can remember this from a Guns and Roses song, but wait. There’s more.
How can we look at a problem with a different perspective? Building new ideas, moving all filters we have in front of us, will lead us to something different. If it’s good or not, you can figure out later, but why not leave some time for new ideas? What’s stopping us to do that?
What about the definition of happiness and productivity?
If you have a dream, it’s about you, to make it happen or not. You can always have it as a dream. But you can choose to turn into reality and then that reality can become a good thing or a bad thing. 🙂