Thursday, November 10, 2011

Leave me alone and I'll do great

The world is full of people begging to be left alone to do their jobs.

After all, if people didn't inflict their opinions, personalities or ideas on them, all would be just right.

There's a huge difference between interruptions and valuable input. Interruptions are noise, they are the result of nervous activity or disorganization.

Input can make you better, it can be at least considered, it can inspire and it just might be better than what you were thinking of doing.
Treat all interruptions as input and you'll be burned out.
Treat all input as an interruption and you'll end up with plenty of alone time, more than you want.
Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond

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