Have you ever spent your time concerned about how many things that you have to do and not knowing where to start?
This is a concern that many of my colleagues and clients have experienced either recently or in the past few years. It is not a new problem.
I remember reading a quote that stated 'it is better to have a short pencil than a long memory'. This is such a useful thing to remember when your head is buzzing with ideas. Write them down and then deal with them - one at a time. Of course, please make sure that the item with the highest payback is done first (payback against your values of course).
So, in short, get it out of your head so that you can do something with it.
Smartspeed Consulting Limited
'For When Results Matter'www.smartspeed.co.uk
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