Tag Archive | "business attention deficit disorder"

Seeking Thrill Seeker Procrastinators!

May 18, 2011 No comments yet

Hands up all you Thrill Seeking Procrastinators. You know who you are. You delay and procrastinate on a project or task just so you can feel the rush of adrenalin as you streak toward the deadline. You’re the ones who get bored easily. How much fun is it to finish a task ahead of time? […]

The E.N.D. of Business ADD

August 6, 2010 2 comments

It’s been a while since I posted on my blog however I was challenged today in my Master Mind group to provide an update on my e-book. So I am doing that. The book is tentatively titled, The E.N.D. of Business ADD. Business ADD, is in my opinion, a syndrome characterized by unattended and neglected […]

Celebrate! – You Deserve It and So Does Your Business

January 3, 2010 1 comment

It’s the New Year! It’s time to celebrate! So, how many times in a year do you celebrate? Oh sure, you celebrate birthdays, anniversaries, and other important dates. But many of these are one-offs. They happen only once a year. What do you do on the other 364 days? Can you imagine what it would […]

Do what’s hard and life will be easy.

October 5, 2009 No comments yet

One summer I spent a week at Peak Potential’s personal development Warrior Training camp. Of all the content and reinforcement I received that week, the expression, “Do what’s hard and life will be easy,” seemed to trigger a nerve. Why? Because it’s directly related to Business Attention Deficit Disorder. People with Business ADD will often […]

It’s all about Attitude

August 9, 2009 No comments yet

William James, one of the founders of modern psychology wrote: “Procrastination is attitude’s natural assassin. There’s nothing so fatiguing as an uncompleted task.” Think of your business for a moment. How many ‘uncompleted tasks’ do you have? What about the marketing campaign you were going to start? Or the new employee you wanted to hire […]