Do you feel overwhelmed? I don't know how you feel, but it seems like every year gets crazier, more busy, and passes so much faster. There are all these things that we want to accomplish. We have all these ideas. We are pulled into different directions. We get distracted and easily waste our time.
Learn how my kids helped me with a speech on big dreams, why I rarely wear ties anymore, how many coaching clients I had this year, how many books I sold in the past two years, how a 55-year-old passed me, how to ride the wave of adrenaline, which two books inspired me most in 2016, where we went for our family vacation, and much more.
In 2015, I gave a presentation at ASUG together with my friend and customer Doug Ciolli from Southern California Edison. We presented again in 2016 on a related topic. In this post, I want to share the most important lessons that I take away from our 2015 presentation.
Steven Covey, the father of effectiveness habits, shows how the little things in life get in the way of us doing the big things that matter. He demonstrates the concept with a glass jar, sand, and big rocks. Here is how it goes...