I’ve confessed my love for productivity and apps many times.
When it comes to leadership of any capacity, we hear a lot about systems. Systems are the processes that are in place that help organizations and businesses run smoothly.
When this happens, we go here and it’s entered here.
That kind of thing.
When we hear the word “productivity” we usually draw some pretty quick conclusions…
I love Evernote. Does it have it’s share of confusion and hiccups? Sure. However, Evernote is still my digital brain. It holds everything for me from preaching notes, this blog post, take out menus, and Ebooks. It’s important to me and I have no idea what I’d do without it. I really wouldn’t like to find out either.
We’ve all heard the saying, “That’s easier said than done.” One of the reasons sayings like that stick around so long is because they’re mostly true. The older I’ve gotten and the more life experience I gain, I really do see how true this statement is. No matter what we’re doing, what our dream is, or where our life takes us, talk is easy, doing is difficult.
Here are 3 reasons it really is easier said than done…
My personal blog has over 1,300 posts. Those posts have come over a long period of time. I started writing my first post on Blogger in September of 2008. Some of those posts have certainly been better than others and some have certainly taken longer than others to publish.
Through those 7 years, I’ve learned a little bit of a process for finding an idea, developing it, and publishing to my blog. Here’s a look at how it usually goes for me when posting a new blog post…
Most of us are great at thinking of things to do.
We’re great at dreaming up weekend projects around the house or thinking of ways to do new things where we work.