Building Champions CEO Daniel Harkavy recently spoke to an audience of executives at their corporation’s customized Experience about prioritizing what is truly important to you. Urging them to make tough choices each day to get the results they want in work and life, he asked, “Are you giving your leftovers to the people who mean the most to you?”
The process of planting seed can be exciting. During this time the vision is fresh, expectations are high, and energy levels are at their peak. However, planting seed is not the end of the process. Highly Productive People know it’s just the beginning. They understand the power of watering and waiting.
At some point over the past few years, I realized that great visions aren’t developed, they are discovered. People don’t just come up with a great vision. This is true for individuals as well as teams. I realized that, for the most part, individuals and leaders of groups say they want others to buy in to their vision. After hearing this over and over, it dawned on me that, in many cases, that’s what they get. However, it isn’t necessarily what they want.
Just as weeds will grow in your lawn, they will grow in the garden of your life and business, eventually killing everything that is good.
There are many great planners on the market today, some paper based and some electronic. It doesn’t matter which you use. It only matters that you use one.