To be fair, disturbances designed to derail our efforts are only doing their job when they upset our schedules.
We all have any number of means available to us to disrupt our good intentions. Procrastination, an unwillingness to commit to actions or indeed a lack of connection with the task before us, could be at the heart of eventual disturbances designed to derail our efforts.
These ‘internal’ issues are, in theory, under our control and need to be managed sooner rather than later if we are to move forward with our agenda.
Some other disturbances designed to derail our efforts might relate to the ‘external’ environment we find ourselves in. In these instances, we will need to demonstrate our ability to limit their negative impact on us.
But, without wishing to become a disturbance to you, let me stop now. Thanks for being here and please feel free to like/share this ‘Disturbances designed to derail our efforts’ post.
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