There’s so much advice about getting things done.
Blowing through all the prioritisation and location, it all pretty much boils down to:
1. Work out what to put on your to-do list.
Two kinds of decisions.
Decisions for action - to do something.
Decisions for inaction - to not do something.
They’re a pair:
- A vote for action implies a corresponding inaction - doing this means...
Let’s do an experiment.
How long does this take:
Maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe, what it we think about it for a while, maybe, maybe, maybe, maybe, how about going left,...
It’s often disguised: value for money equations, business case questions, return on investment analyses, opportunity cost speculations, concepts of worth, status and kudos, upside potential, downside risk, capacity and capability...
At some point … after all the posturing and positioning and smiles and grimaces, after the he saids and she saids, the partial or prejudiced interpretations, after doing every damn thing...