Yesterday a bright, young college graduate said to me, I’ve solved my calendar issue. I got a ‘real’ calendar. I’m not messing with my phone calendar anymore.I was intrigued. Immensely! I had in front of me a bright person who’d struggled with his calendar – and he’s solved the problem. “Tell me please,” I said.
It’s great. I decide what it is that I want to do – write it down. Then I decide what the steps are to get it done. Now I have a plan.
I waited with baited breath to see what was next. No next. When I asked if he’d decided when he was going to start the project, his answer was ‘sometime this week.’ Alas.
This very bright young man had mixed up a project planner with a calendar. A project planner is a great tool. It breaks things down into workable steps.
A calendar puts the steps into action. You need both to get things done. When I mentioned this to him, he sighed and said,
Yeah, then you have to look at the calendar multiple times a day.
That’s Progress in Action.
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