Breaking The Chains

Breaking The Chains

Its been a good week. I think I've made tremendous progress in breaking the chains that have been tying my mind up in knots over the last few weeks. Breaking the chains of procrastination hasn't been easy, and going through a period of navel gazing , identifying your own personality flaws isn't an enjoyable process. The good news is that I liked myself a couple of weeks ago, and I still like myself today even though I know realise that I'm not as perfect as I once thought I was. The first thing I did after last weeks angst ridden post,  was to finish the Julie Morgenstern book about time management - and realised way before reaching the end of the book, that time management was … [Read more...]

Struggling To Keep Up A To Do List

The year of Systems

Have you ever found yourself struggling to keep up a to do list ? In my drive to become more organised, a better businessman and generally more efficient I decided to start using a to do list. See Procrastination - A Blight On My Life or Old Habits Die Hard and Getting Organised It didn't last long. Less than a week in fact, as I ticked off all the nice and easy jobs on the list but then backed out of doing the "tough stuff" So I feel as though I'm back to square one again. Struggling to keep up a to do list has been a part of my life as far back as I can remember. As you can see its something that has been at the fore front of my mind recently but breaking the chains … [Read more...]



VJ5NN39Q7HRW Motivation I’ve always been an avid reader – and get through a couple of books a month. So I thought that I would write some book reviews for you, to share what I’m reading with you, and also to give you an insight into what makes the blog ticking along. Books are great – where else can you get to read someone else’s life work, feel their blood sweat and tears for a couple of £$€. A book is like taking a course – but has the advantage that you don’t have to complete the whole thing if it doesn’t capture your imagination – you can read the whole thing or just cherry pick the bits that interest you. Prior to the arrival of junior … [Read more...]