"Be so good they can't ignore you." - Steve Martin This is the kind of reminder I needed this morning.
Right now, I’m sitting at home with my cup of hot chocolate/coffee with seven different tabs open in Firefox and I admit that I just spent the last 30 minutes jumping from one thing to another: posting, saving files, responding to emails, proofing, downloading, linking, etc. Then, I read this quote (again). Be so good they can’t ignore you. Be that good. Is the work I did in the last half an hour really that good? It didn’t have my full attention. It wasn’t that careful. It was reactionary rather than thoughtful.
1. Choose the things that are most important for today. 2. Structure the day so that each task gets your full attention. 3. Eliminate distractions. 4. Do your best work.
Be that good.