Try thinking of your memory as a digital videotape that has been running in your mind since birth.
Source: "The Attention Deficit Workplace" by Mitch Thrower
Contributed by: Mitch
Seek out and capitalize on as many time-saving technology advances and techniques as you can.
Continually adapt your focus and develop a technology toolset to help, not hinder you.
History repeats itself, because people don’t often change; they just become more entrenched in their ways.
Naked, not veiled, agendas will turbo-boost your productivity and efficiency.
Too often, effective ideas get rejected because they have to travel too far in an organization filled with fiefdoms and inevitable roadblocks.
What is required to catch the attention of colleagues or clients is the ability to communicate clearly, concisely, and to the point.
A little bit of simplicity and a whole lot of creativity can cut right through those attention-deficit barriers.
Stay on top of the technology of time management.
It’s amazing how much smaller a year can seem when you make a calendar larger.
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