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Getting To The Point

You can almost give this a political slant.

It’s out of control, And there’s nothing I can do now
Out of control, spinning softly through the blue now
And look beyond these walls as the meaning starts to dawn
It’s getting to the point, getting to the point
It’s out of control, nothing I can do
Like a fire that keeps on burning
And nobody knows what I’m going through
And the thoughts just keep returning
And all you had to say, was that you were gonna stay
It’s getting to the point, getting to the point
It’s getting to the point where nobody can stop it now
It’s getting to the point of no return
And all that I can do is stand and watch it now
watch it burn, burn, burn
It’s getting to the point where reasons are forgotten
It’s getting to the point where no one knows
And all that I can do is say I’m sorry, but that’s the way it goes
It’s getting to the point
Forever is a long way, forever takes your breath away
I’d like to talk about it, try to understand
It’s getting to the point, getting to the point

Q5 The Willingness To Change

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There are three enemies of speed and results— absence of clarity, lack of focus, and poor execution.

Q1: Why is establishing clarity so important to getting ahead in life and business?
Q2: What are some signs indicating a lack of clarity?
Q3: How can people learn to become more focused?
Q4: What is the greatest obstacle people face in turning their vision into reality?
Q5: What is one of the most important traits I can develop to accelerate my progress?

Source: https://www.success.com/how-i-do-it-tony-jeary

Q5: What’s one of the most important traits I can develop to accelerate my progress?

The willingness to change plays a huge role in your ability to succeed. Voluntary change, which does not require anyone to push you or mandate that you do new things, is the kind of change you should seek. To enable smooth, low-stress change, you need to become aware of what you can and should change.

Here’s a change audit to follow:

1.What opportunities and choices present themselves to you daily?
2.What causes you to feel stressed or rushed?
3.What are the five most important actions you can take to bring value to your business or personal life?
4.What are five actions you can either delegate or spend less time on?
5.If you spent less time on the actions in No. 4 and focused more on the actions in No. 3, what would that mean to your effectiveness?

Remember, you need to know what you want to do, why you want to do it and how you will do it. You need to know the benefit of doing it and the negative payoff for not doing it. Acquiring clarity and increasing effectiveness will accelerate your success.

Q4 Production Before Perfection

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There are three enemies of speed and results— absence of clarity, lack of focus, and poor execution.

Q1: Why is establishing clarity so important to getting ahead in life and business?
Q2: What are some signs indicating a lack of clarity?
Q3: How can people learn to become more focused?
Q4: What is the greatest obstacle people face in turning their vision into reality?
Q5: What is one of the most important traits I can develop to accelerate my progress?

Source: https://www.success.com/how-i-do-it-tony-jeary

One habit that has more impact on delaying results than anything else is procrastination. We are all guilty of procrastination to some extent. There are two kinds:

 Positive procrastination—This is when you legitimately need some mental percolation time to gather your thoughts and get clear on what you need to do.
 Negative procrastination—This is based on some pretty flimsy excuses to avoid doing something, which will ultimately affect your results in negative ways.

Procrastination is a bad habit that greatly restricts results and effectiveness, but it can be controlled. The first step is to identify the reasons behind it, then make the commitment to move toward production, the opposite of procrastination. Production is the completion of tasks and projects in reduced time frames, and it is greatly accelerated by the concept of Production Before Perfection (PBP). Rather than waiting for every aspect of a project to come into perfect, linear alignment, PBP allows you to manage the aspects in parallel, adjust the project as you progress and reach greater results.

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Explain this as a counselor to a fifth grader.

Hey there! So, you know when you have something to do, like homework or a project, but you keep putting it off until later? That’s called procrastination, and it’s not so great because it can make it harder to get things done and do your best work.

But the good news is, you can learn to control procrastination! First, you gotta figure out why you’re procrastinating. Maybe you’re feeling overwhelmed or unsure where to start. Once you know why, you can start working on fixing it.

Instead of waiting until the last minute to do things, you can make a commitment to get started sooner. We call this “production,” which means finishing your tasks and projects faster. It’s like getting stuff done ahead of time instead of waiting until the very end.

There’s this cool idea called “Production Before Perfection.” It means you don’t have to make everything perfect right away. Instead, you can work on different parts of your project at the same time and fix things as you go along. This way, you can finish faster and still do a great job!

So, remember, if you’re procrastinating, try to figure out why and then make a plan to start working on things sooner. And don’t worry too much about making everything perfect right away—just focus on getting stuff done and doing your best!

Q2 Signs You Lack Clarity

There are three enemies of speed and results— absence of clarity, lack of focus, and poor execution.

Q1: Why is establishing clarity so important to getting ahead in life and business?
Q2: What are some signs indicating a lack of clarity?
Q3: How can people learn to become more focused?
Q4: What is the greatest obstacle people face in turning their vision into reality?
Q5: What is one of the most important traits I can develop to accelerate my progress?

Source: https://www.success.com/how-i-do-it-tony-jeary

Q2: What are some signs indicating a lack of clarity?

People who don’t believe they can do what they have to do.

For example, when sports teams enter a championship game, a team that does not believe it can win will not win. In the same way, people must believe they can execute a vision, or they will not be able to do it. When you don’t believe you can do what you have to do, it means you don’t believe in yourself or your vision. This means you don’t have clarity about what you really want.

People who use planning to avoid action.

Preparation and planning are important, but excessive preparation is nothing more than procrastination. It is only when you start doing what you need to do that you can begin to produce results. If you procrastinate, it means you are fearful of failure and may not be confident in your ability to succeed.

People who quit too easily or give up in the face of adversity.

It is always easy to quit, and too many people prefer quitting to the discomfort they experience when the going gets tough. The reason is simple: Adversity is painful. When you quit in the face of adversity, it means you are deficient in the mental substance it takes to persevere and overcome. Clarity is the missing ingredient.