Tag Archives: Priorities
Posted on 27. Jan, 2011 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet When you’re learning to drive a car the dashboard can seem so complicated. I remember how scary it felt to drag my eyes away from the road for a fleeting moment to glance down at the dashboard. For fear of speeding fines I would try to remember to check my speed occasionally, but that [...]
Posted on 27. Jul, 2010 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet When I was getting ready to move from Sydney to New York recently I discovered a collection of keys in my desk drawer. At some point in time I had used these keys. I vaguely remembered some of them from houses or cars I had long since left behind. Others were a complete mystery [...]
Posted on 16. Jul, 2010 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet What if one person, one department, or one process was seriously limiting the impact of your whole organisation? What if growth wasn’t so much about turning up the water, as it was about getting the kink out of the hose? What if the pressure you felt was largely created by the significant difference between [...]
Posted on 26. Apr, 2010 by Paul Andrew.
Tweet Productivity has a cousin you don’t want to spend too much time with. At a glance productivity and busyness seem to be close relatives, but don’t settle for the counterfeit. Don’t get me wrong – I absolutely believe in having a strong work ethic. But when you don’t understand the difference between being busy [...]