If somebody makes an emotional appeal or gives an emotional reason for something, it is mostly to say that he/she had good intentions but couldn't do the action/work as desired. The first problem with it is that it cannot be verified. The second problem is that even if you think it is wrong and you tell …
Discipline is not about making to-do lists, setting alarms and eating the big frog from tomorrow. Discipline starts small and is just about doing the same thing at the same time every day, even if it is one simple thing. Discipline actually starts by doing one thing at a particular time and then adding more …
Everybody who is supposed to be right is not always right! So, always question regulators, supervisors, and everybody around. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=tV07Or1Sark
Executive dysfunction could be the reason for procrastination in some people. In fact, a lot of procrastinators do feel that executive dysfunction explains their behaviour closely. Read this blog to get a difference between them. Also, read
There’s a spot on my kitchen floor, a little cluster of dried reddish drips. I don’t know what it is. If it’s from 3 days ago, it’s tomato sauce. If it’s been there longer . . . who knows.
I’ve walked past it dozens of times. I look at it. It annoys me. I wonder how it got there. I wish it would go away. It doesn’t occur to me that I can make that happen.
The greasy smudgey fingerprints on the cabinet that I can only see in exactly the right light? The 8-inch long thread that’s been hanging off the bathroom rug since the last vacuuming? The dryer sheet on the laundry room floor? Same thing.
What is this? Why can I sit here and catalog all of these little annoyances yet I still do nothing about them? It’s not like fixing them would take a huge amount…
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This is an article I liked and found valuable on Psychology Today. The link to the original article is here. Over the last few weeks, we’ve looked at the four behaviors that differentiate a functional manager from a true leader. As you know, I refer to these behaviors as the “Phenomenal Four,” which include: Cultivating …