Living Life in Quadrant 2
My intention is for this newsletter, Assumption Hacker’s Advantage, to be a Quadrant 2 activity for you. A couple of minutes weekly(ish) to help you in your efforts to think more clearly so that you can make the kinds of improvements in your life and business that are most meaningful for you.
And I’ll remember that if I miss writing one from time to time, it won’t qualify as an urgent fire that I must put out. Rather, I’ll focus on the next one as soon as I’m able.
So take Eli’s advice this week and remember to keep the important from becoming urgent. Whether you’re at work, with your family, or maybe writing your own newsletter. Stay ahead of it. And if you get behind, reset. Because the alternative is putting out an endless series of fires. We’ve all been there before and we all know where that goes. Not a good way to live life.
Instead, let's live life more in Quadrant 2 this week.
Until next week,
Note: For more on the Quadrants framework, check out Steven Covey's classic The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People. For more on what Ashlag and Cox called "fish decorating", check out their great little book Stop Decorating The Fish.
Whenever you're ready, here are a couple of ways I can help you:
- Assumption Hacking Essentials. Dr. Eliyahu Goldratt said in his forward to The Goal, “The challenging of basic assumptions is essential to breakthroughs.” In this digital course, I'll take you through a three step process for exposing, challenging, and resolving those basic assumptions. As I mentioned above, Covid visited the family this week. And so we're a bit behind on the course launch. You can still join the waitlist and get notified when the course drops on May 25th.
- Jenrada Programs. Customized workshops and longer engagements to help you create an organization of aligned problem solvers delivering extraordinary results. Complete this form, send me an email, or schedule a discovery call.