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Too Much on Your Plate? Learn to Focus on the Big Three

Have you seen any great new ideas lately to get excited about?  Probably so.  If you are like most of us, you find more ideas than you know what to do with.  The problem is that these shiny new objects can be a major distraction from what’s most important … getting things done.

 

The Internet, networking with peers, and dialogs with staff are all fertile fields of both discovery and distraction. Those shiny new objects can be hard to resist.

 

 This great article,  by venture capitalist Mark Suster, challenges all of us to make sure we are spending the most time where it counts most – getting things done. Too many projects that linger incomplete can erode momentum, and confidence.

 

Suster offers lots of ideas for prioritizing. Read it and consider whether you have the right balance between finding new ideas and implementing programs that can make a difference now.

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