I have an extensive backlog where I capture ideas until I decide if or what I’ll do with them.

A couple of months ago, I realized I had developed a fixation on how much I wasn’t doing. Unfortunately, this fixation resulted in working harder to get more done.

It was exhausting as it never seemed like I was winning or doing enough.

To change this, I shifted my focus to what I was accomplishing. This shift helped me see I was doing enough, and I stopped working so hard.

Every week, pause and take the time to review just how much you have accomplished. Better yet, do this with your team.

It seems simple, but acknowledging how much you’re accomplishing helps you see that you’re truly doing enough.

You’ve got this.

Building Great Teams

Building Great Teams

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