Are You Training Yourself To Fail?

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July 4, 2012

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Are You Training Yourself To Fail?

We become what we repeatedly do.

– Sean Covey –

Are You Training Yourself To Fail?

“‘Did you get done what you wanted to get done today?’ Eleanor, my wife, asked me. ‘Not really,’ I said. She laughed. ‘Didn’t you write the book on getting done what you want to get done?’ Some people are naturally pre-disposed to being highly productive. They start their days with a clear and reasonable intention of what they plan to do, and then they work diligently throughout the day, sticking to their plans, focused on accomplishing their most important priorities, until the day ends and they’ve achieved precisely what they had expected…I am, unfortunately, not one of those people.” In this candid article a reputed author and management consultant offers up his reflections on how the habits we reinforce can help or hinder our productivity { read more }

Be The Change

This week try experimenting with “productivity rituals” of the sort described in the article.

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