Posts Tagged ‘Planning’

Do You See My Point?

February 2, 2021

Not step on my son’s toes about what he said the other day, but while his point is valid, like I told him, the problem wasn’t the planning per se, but how often things never got out of the planning stage into the actual doing stage.

So I’m Learning

January 21, 2020

While it’s true that even if I completed everything else, my first impulse is to feel a sense of failure if I fail to complete the last (and by definition, the least important) item on my day’s to-do list, I’m pleased to say that these days my second impulse is to not take my first impulse very seriously.

And While That HAS Happened, I’ve Found My Follow-Ups Need To Done When I’m Prepared To Deal With That NOT Being The Answer

June 26, 2018

The other day L’s Mother asked me if I was going to follow-up on something today, and I told her no, but I likely would on Wednesday.

“Why not Tuesday?” she asked.

“Because,” I answered, “I know what my Tuesday is already looking like, and I won’t be prepared until Wednesday at the earliest for the answer to be anything but “Yes sir, that’s already been taken care of; sorry for not telling you sooner.”

Sometimes You’ll Drop The Ball A LOT!

January 24, 2018

The first rule of jugging is that you will drop the ball sometimes.  If you let this upset you, you will never be a juggler.

The Best Time To Branch Out

April 18, 2017

The best time to plant a tree was 20 years ago. The second best time is now.

– Anonymous