At the beginning of the year I did a scary thing – I erased my big white board. I figured I had been staring at it long enough and it was static. I needed a new plan. I stared at it for a bit and decided how I wanted to organize things, and how I wanted to create an outcome.
I think it was Shakespeare that said “An email by any other punctuation would not be as obnoxious.” No wait, that was me, just now. Mark Bradford.
Do you multitask? Of course you do. Find out what actually happens when you do. And what’s the hidden glue that holds it together? Is it actually costing you more energy when you switch gears? Impossible you say? Find out about the myth, cheating the system in the wrong way, and cheating it in the right way.
Geometry and your journey You are constantly making adjustments in your behavior. These adjustments are a mixture of our conscious mind and our unconscious mind. The unconscious mind makes decisions based on learned behavior, experiences, and even present mood (you’re more likely to drive fast when you are experiencing heightened emotions than when you’re not – that’s a decision to drive fast, or not drive slow.
“Everyone finds time for what they really want to do.” My friend recently repeated this phrase to me in response to a story I told him.
Not What You Think – revisited Back in September of 2016 I wrote an article called Balance Coaching is Not What You Think.