Tuesday, February 16, 2010

The Disappearance of DO

Sometimes, does it ever seem like the world's set against you doing anything? Planning meetings, budget meetings, professional development meetings, traffic, dozens of "urgent" emails a day, text messages, instant messages, FaceBook applications, Twitter updates, phone calls, blogs, etc, etc, etc... The "urgent and not-important", and "not-urgent and not-important" quadrants seem to overwhelm the things that matter when we're not vigilant.

I've set some goals and need to get back to less hovering and more doing.

I have a few posts queued up over the next couple of weeks, but I plan to be online less and doing more - more writing, more teaching, more training, more planning, and more quality time at home. I'm working on a piece for Pavel and if I have some new breakthroughs, I'll post updates about it here. Let me know if there are things you'd like to see covered or discuss with me - I'll speak with you again soon. Thanks for being here.

- Boris


Anonymous said...

Can't wait for your piece for Pavel.

Take care and enjoy life

Aaron Friday said...

Hi Boris.

I'd like you to write about existence in general, and what to do with it.

If you fail, you must repeat the assignment until you get it right.

Boris said...

Thanks Dasic.

Aaron, what to do with existence in general... hmm. If I say the answer is always VWC, Z, CF, or 5x5 am I an a-hole? ;)

Boris T. said...

Boris, I agree with you. We're bogged down by the non important. and yes I see the irony of leaving a blog msg on this very subject.

Looking forward to seeing what you come out with in the future.

Boris said...

I appreciate you being here Boris. Thanks.