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Day 3-15 at Xoozya

Wow! Day 3 became Day 15 in no time as I was buried in a demanding pitch.  The work I did on strategic planning 12 days ago is in the form of scribbled notes in a box.  I wonder if I can read my writing.  It’s such a waste of time to have to pick up tasks that have been suddenly abandoned.

The secrets of successful protovation

Hence the flip-side of protovation and an amplified, connected life.

Only start what you finish and dispatch in one move.

And the corollary of that – break tasks into small pieces.

Finish what you are doing as you go and put it away, file it properly, as you end it.

Who would have predicted that the internet world will make us tidy.

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One Comment

  1. I agree with you. The important thing is to finish your task, or at least finish it upto a certain stage and prepare notes on what next. So that if someone else takes it up, they don’t have to start all over again. Also be available to such other person to take them through what you have done and what you thought needs to be done in the next stages. However, do not overimpose, it is no longer your project but theirs.
    Have a nice weekend.

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