Listening to the manager I was coaching, I could hear how frustrated he was with being swamped in writing report after report. He could not extricate himself from mounds of them generating spontaneously, incessantly on his desk. He wanted to swing Time’s cat by the tail and use his intelligence, where it could be most useful for his company.
“I wish I could set priorities,” he exclaimed.
There, the cat was out of the bag… setting priorities.Continue Reading →