The Tyranny of the Possible

People blessed with ideation know that it can easily become a major weakness.  How? A mind racing with endless possibilities can take one off track.  It takes a load of discipline to keep things in perspective and in focus when ideas are plentiful.

The best antidote is clear objectives.  It’s a lot easier to make decisions on where to invest your energy if you know where you want to be in three to five years. Goals give us discipline.  They put backbone in our time management decisions.


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