Interruptions!

You may have seen some of my blogs on the importance of Focus, both here on The Busy Fool and on Ecademy . One reason why I believe focus is essential to business success is the time lost to what software architects call “context-switching”. In a software context (excuse the pun!), that means reallocating the…

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The Busy Fool Meets Father Time

With a title like that, I just had to read this time management book I stumbled across on Amazon (http://astore.amazon.co.uk/businessstrat-21/detail/0968872301). And I’m glad I did – the ideas proposed seem to be working

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Taking the time to focus on the good stuff

The story in the link below was sent to me last week by my friend, Richard Bellars, the leadership coach.  It’s been around a while, according to Urban Legends, and it’s about a violinist playing beautiful music at a New York Metro station, pretty much ignored by the bustling crowds.

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