David Kanigan: Inspiration, Ideas & Information
Source: Thank you Jessica Hagy
Good one. I think I have a bit more overlap in my diagram though with now and never closer together creating a larger section of procrastination.
Now is good.
Right answer Alex
You caught my attention! Simple and to the point. Thanks, Dave.
Good. Mission accomplished. Thanks for dropping by Debora
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Reblogged this on Wholeheartedness.
Thanks for sharing Todd
NOW, no doubt about it!
Good choice Lori.
Hmmmmm…. Can we have it all….?
One end or the other. That’s it.
Maybe we could perch somewhere in the middle…?
Wow…”perching in the middle, she says.” Should I re-post this tomorrow with a glossary?
Sleep well, David…
Not sure what that means but we’ll go with it.
I viewed it as three choices – and I figured I would experience all three – so yes, to all of the above.
You see things that the rest of us don’t see. Savant like.
You forgot to put the word ‘idiot’ in front of ‘savant’ – and then you’ve defined me..
Now sounds like a great choice. Let’s go with it!
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Indeed..(thanks DK, on the nail)
Thanks for sharing Makere
You’re more than welcome David..
What a perfect illustration!
It is that…
A little bit of each. I like to keep my life in ‘balance’ : )
Hmmmmm, depending on the subject you may be right Bonnie.
My procrastination overlap is very small.
You are ahead of the rest of us Darlene
Wonderful illustration, David!! I don’t make it a habit to procrastinate!! It makes life distasteful!!
It is Joyce. I’m with you. The constant mental drag and overhang, it’s exhausting…
Now is great!
What an excellent choice!
The part where those two circles overlap is my specialty.
Now that is FUNNY
I am sitting here trying to catch up on some work at home and instead I am looking at business sites. This graphic was a slap in the face to stop procrastinating. Thank you!
Laughing. Apparently it hasn’t had the same lasting impact on me though (as I surf)
Do you have a graphic I can print off as a reminder that taking on too much at once means more stuff just ends up in the middle so learn how to say no? Usually, I’m pretty good at that, but apparently, about two months ago when I was signing contracts, I forgot to leave myself any days that didn’t involve work!
Laughing. Funny. I’ll need to find you another chart Laurie. And some intervention seems to be in order. Hi I’m Laurie. I commit to doing too much.
Yup … that’s me. Bring on the intervention!
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