Two Things to Do After Every Meeting
Steve Jobs insisted that all the items on a meeting agenda have a designated person responsible for that task and any follow-up work that happened.
Public accountability works, because it ensures that a project or task actually gets done.
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Negative people want to bring you down. They rarely contribute, cannot accept you, and consistently work to hurt, belittle or suck away your motivation.
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Negative news will slowly bring you down, eventually draining your energy and leaving you unmotivated.
Try to keep your distance from people who complain a lot and from media that promotes negative news.
Many see failure as proof that our effort meant nothing. But failure is a feedback system and gives you the opportunity to fix things, reflect, and grow for the next time.
When you fail, take a step back, look at the events that led to it, try to find the lesson in the failure and act upon it.
When you start on a project, make sure it is something you are passionate about and you want to see through.
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It doesn’t have to be exhaustive. Just a quick outline will help. The point is to have something that guides you.
Do a quick plan on how much time and effort this idea will take, so you can have a bird’s eye view.
Good planning of resources help you plan out your energy and expectations.
So plan out your time and resources accordingly and integrate them into your schedule/to-do list. Block out time in your calendar for the project. Give yourself some buffer as well, in case of contingencies.
If the effort to keep remembering a task is more than just getting it out of the way now, then do it.