Category: Planning

Planning For Planning

Planning For Planning Most of what I do day to day involves me being able to communicate effectively. When I’m writing on this blog I have an aim which requires me to communicate what I’ve learned, to my readers, in an effective manner. When I’m at work, being front of house requires me to interact Read More …

Process Over Event

Process Over Event I went back over the notes I have for one of my favourite books, The Millionaire Fastlane by M J DeMarco, looking for a bit of inspiration. Every time I feel like I’m succumbing to the ideal vision of the mediocre I will pick this book up or flick through my notes of Read More …

The Fallacy of Isolated Incidents

Thus far, the most important success principle I have uncovered is the idea of small, daily progression. Coupled with the idea of compounding, daily progression leads to big results regardless of the size of each individual step. That leads me to think about the flip side of the coin. If small progress compounds into huge Read More …

The Roadmap

  Three powerful books down, and four days into this journey. So far, so good. But as I said in the last article, it is time for me to finalise the finer details of my journey. I need to lay out my roadmap. I don’t want an orienteering session, I’m planning to go full on Read More …

Giants Among Us

I’m on day three of my journey now, and I already feel like I’m making headway. I have a general direction in which to stride, but I’d rather have my compass out and be heading toward the big ‘X’ on my map. Ultimately, I’m still talking about goals and planning then. I will be using Read More …

Coding the Extraordinary

It is currently 5am in the morning. 5:02 to be a bit more precise. I’ve been up for nearly two hours now, and have made myself a coffee and got some reading done. I know that is shockingly early for someone to get up, but I have my reasons. Over the summer holidays, while away Read More …