Last week, most of you voted for the man who “stole” doughnuts. What about this week? Vote for your favorite!
When I was in high school I sat down and wrote out all the goals I wanted to accomplish. I wanted to be a NYT bestselling author, be worth more than a million dollars, live in Oregon by a river with a dog. And I wanted to do it all before I turned 35, which is when I’d allow myself to get married.
Amazingly, I forgot about that list of goals. And yet, when I was in my mid-thirties a friend called. She’d found my list in a box of letters she’d kept from her childhood. Amazingly, everything on the list had come true. For whatever reason, I’d made it all happen.
Dr. Henry Cloud says the three keys to extreme productivity are:
To attend: This means to focus on one thing until serious progress has been made.
To inhibit: This means there must be a strong ability to inhibit distractions from getting through.
A working memory: This means we need to be reminded throughout the day of what we are supposed to be working on […]