David Kanigan: Inspiration, Ideas & Information
Thank you swiss-miss for share via Forbes Managing Distraction: How and Why to Ignore Your Inbox
You are taking decision trees to a whole new level!
LOL. Correction Richard. Dell is. I’m just a sorry conduit…
Reblogged this on Carlo Favaretti.
Love this – and haven’t stopped laughing yet.
We’re not addicted, are we?
This is fabulous
They so nailed it. Agree.
This is so funny. Loved it.
Hahahaha! Re-Posted on said Facebook
Thanks for sharing.
Funny! I like it!
So the ratio is 4:9.
I will have four reasons to check, and nine justifications not to.
I never counted. Great insight!
I LOVE it!
That says A LOT!!
I check my emails on my Android, but don’t answer them there or follow any links. Then I either save them until later, or sign in on my PC if they need my immediate attention. I think this saves time, or maybe I check them more often than I used to. Not sure. Would need to have a ‘time and motion’ study carried out on me )
Interesting. David Allen (Father of “Getting Things Done”) would say reading things twice is not a good efficiency practice (nor is reading them 3, 4, 5 times like I do without processing, handling or disposing). I happen to think he’s right – I’m just am not executing. Yet, Sarah, if it’s working for you, crank away.
Very funny,loved it and shared it on facebook.
Thanks for sharing Indira. Glad you liked it.
This is just hilarious–this is EXACTLY the way most of us talk to ourselves when receiving those email and/or twitter beeps!
Reblogged this on Clavin's lore and commented:
What other questions could you put in the box?
Thanks for sharing Tim.
That’s awesome! Love it!
Reblogged this on BeingmrsdrD and commented:
I really should use this! I just checked my email twice before posting this!
Funny. Thanks for sharing Mrs Dr. D.
wow ,,,thanks for share .Very useful.
Thank you for dropping by…Dave
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