Posts Tagged ‘commitment’

Culling your Someday Maybe List

By johannatime On April 30, 2015 No Comments

Do you have countless plans for the future? Ideas and leaps to take for your business and your career? Travel ambitions? Ideas for building or improving your home? Courses you’d like to take and challenges you might commit to? I had hundreds. Most of them will never be realised, because eventually, they’ll appear to be not relevant enough

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Reduce stress: Reduce your options

By johannatime On January 30, 2015 No Comments

Having lots to do is a stressful state of mind. The thought of all the things that should be done is overwhelming. It paralyses you to the point where your productivity drops to zero. Do you have too many things to do on your list, or worse, on your mind? Getting nothing done? Please read

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Undercommit and overdeliver

By johannatime On November 22, 2014 No Comments

Things are good when you expected less, things are bad when you expected more. The expected result will not be noticed. This post is about management of expectations. When you expect others to expect lots from you, you are setting yourself up for overwhelm and stress. Being productive is about getting the tasks done you committed yourself to. Let’s dive in.

A commitment is often an overcommitment

People tend

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The Commitment Equation

By johannatime On March 28, 2013 2 Comments

A few weeks ago, in a post about discipline, I came up with this equation:

Discipline + Purpose = Commitment

  • Where discipline is setting yourself some rules, trusting your rules and complying to them,
  • Purpose is knowing where you’re heading at, and why, and feeling that heading there is inevitable,
  • And commitment is adding the action to the dream, or adding meaning to your rules.

If the commitment is

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