Sunday, November 20, 2016

The Art of the Finish: How to Go From Busy to Accomplished

Дээрх гарчигтай, нэг ийм сонирхолтой блог пост олж уншив. Доорх хэдэн өгүүлбэр аргагүй анхаарал татах ажээ:

From my experience, the most common trait you will consistently observe in accomplished people is an obsession with completion. Once a project falls into their horizon, they crave, almost compulsively, to finish it. If they’re organized, this might happen in scheduled chunks. If they’re not “like many” this might happen in all-nighters. But they get it done. Fast and consistently.

It’s this constant stream of finishing that begins, over time, to unlock more and more interesting opportunities and eventually leads to their big scores.

If you are productive without harboring this intense desire for completion, you will end up just being busy. We all know the feeling. You work all day off of your to-do list. Everything is organized. Everything is scheduled. Yet, still, months pass with no important projects getting accomplished.

Эх сурвалж / Source:
Cal NewportThe Art of the Finish: How to Go From Busy to Accomplished, 2007,

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