When is enough enough?

They say: “The squeeky wheel gets the oil” Often, this is true. I wonder, though, how often we’re putting that oil (effort) into projects that aren’t all that important while the more important stuff sits idle? Just because it’s squeeky, must we drop what we’re doing and call all hands on deck . . . […]

Just because you CAN doesn’t mean you SHOULD

I know I can: Mow my yard every week Paint the walls and trim in house (Inside and Out) Learn how to, then fix any electrical issues Install a new toilet Assemble stuff that needs assembling Change the oil in my car Wash and Wax my car Build a fence or a deck Clean my […]

Prioritization Machine

Today, I was rambling through my Saturday morning Computer/internet “routine” which is as ADD as anything I ever do . . . COMPLETELY without structure – Form – Direction – Purpose . . . No focus whatsoever. I do this “routine” because it always seems to lead to some of the most amazing (to me) […]

Asset? Liability?

Asset Defined in Wiki: “In financial accounting, assets are economic resources. Anything tangible or intangible that is capable of being owned or controlled to produce value and that is held to have positive economic value is considered an asset. Simply stated, assets represent value of ownership that can be converted into cash.” Liability Defined in Wiki: “A liability can mean […]

Monday Morning Coffee – Your list of things to do

Are you a “List Person?” One of those people who: “If it’s not on the list, it won’t get done . . .?“ Everything MUST be on the list The list MUST be orderly, and the goal for the day/week is to check off everything on the list. Most “List People” get a LOT of […]