I've done it. One distraction leads to another. One fascination opens doors to new branches of a constantly blooming tree that's completely unrelated to the garden you're supposed to be cultivating.
Time doesn't care how we spend it. How we spend it is up to us.
To achieve our goals, we need to work on them. We need to relentless work our plan.
Then, instead of wondering where our time when we can see: it went to achieving our goals. It went to working on our mission. It made us more productive and successful.
It's a beautiful day when you make progress on your goals.
Why not make some progress on one of them right now.
-- Doug Smith
Front Range Leadership: Training Supervisors for Success
doug smith training: how to achieve your goals
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