focus

Here are a couple of guest posts I’ve done recently ’round the blogosphere:

How to Stay Focused: Vision Maintenance and the Minutiae Vacuum

“I’ve spent a lot of time trying to figure out the best way to stay focused and remain productive. We all know that doing what you love reverse engineers productivity. If you love what you do, you’ll obviously be more compelled to do it, rather than trying to place a productivity system on top of undesirable work.”

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Free Career Advice From the Best Marketers, Lawyers and Politicians

“I know what you’re thinking.

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Pick The Brain just hit publish on a guest post I did for them.

“One simple fact divides effective and ineffective people: effective people spend the majority of their time working on important rather than urgent things.

Have you ever felt like you spend a lot of time being really busy, but at the end of the day you don�t feel like you�ve really accomplished anything? I�ve felt this way on many occasions…”

Check it out here: Important vs. Urgent: 5 Ways to Focus On What Really Matters

If you like it, please consider digging it.

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Peace Within

photo by carf

Life can become very hectic at times and it’s easy to lose sight of what is truly important. With the ups and downs of day-to-day life, our emotions can take us on a roller coaster ride. When things are going our way and our expectation are met, we feel good. But when we lose focus and stumble off our path it’s hard not to let our frustration get the best of us.

Regardless of the valleys and hills of life, we can remain centered by using gratitude as a tool.

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