Getting (the right) Stuff Done

An excellent post from Steve Borsch about how to contemplate the correct action before jumping ahead (or worse, jumping sideways or backwards with no plan at all). As he puts it:

What I try hard to do with this blog — and life in general — is to ferret out the meaning behind a person’s incentives, company/product direction or strategic announcement before going off half-cocked to write about it and/or get involved in conversations. Connecting the dots, if you will.

Read the post, but in summary: (1) Meditate. (2) Shut off interruptions. (3) Don’t overextend your attention.

Read it all here.


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