Saying No to Distraction

The devil is in the detail and that is what makes for good due diligence…

Yet this does not mean getting stuck in the mire of minutiae.

Business illustrates our ability to complicate simplicity…

Distraction, procrastination and bureaucratisation being the complications.

Only things that are delayed due to indecision become urgent.

A well-run business does not have ‘urgent’…unless there is an emergency…

When things are done when they should be done, how can they become urgent?

What must be done?

1. Understand that nothing can distract you from your path, unless you allow it to.
Ignore distractions: As Corporate Entrepreneur, Steve Jobs, counselled:
Success comes from saying No to 1,000 distractions.

2. Make a list at the end of each day for the following day and keep it below 7 items…


Anymore than 7 and you are either occupying your time with ‘urgent’ or not delegating enough.

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