Tweet You can’t effectively implement any problem solving strategies unless you know the problem. Every industry has it’s way of keeping a problem from being solved; moving targets, feature creep, change of scope. It is the fastest way to de-rail or outspend your ability to solve the problems. That’s not saying your problem can’t change […]
Many people have responded on a runway style level. Let’s take a different approach.
One question all entrepreneurs must face is, â€œWhen do I begin working for my new venture full-time?â€ For some, the answer may be easyâ€”if youâ€™re independently wealthy, you can start tomorrow! For others, such as Andy and myself, the answer is a bit more elusive.
I work very hard to stay in the zone. It’s worth mastering; the zone is where we all do our best work and derive great satisfaction. Focused, flowing, executing your world…cranking those widgets. Whether at work, home, or at play you can’t stay in the zone long if your world is in disarray.
When you start to go over what makes GTD tick, you’ll find something important at the center of it all: yourself. David termed it as “The Matrix of Self-Management” and it has two axes, “Vision” and “Control.” On reflection, I found myself in a more personal/emotional place. I saw that David’s matrix could be seen in another way, which harmonized better with me, “Acknowledgment” and “Action.”