Friday, July 29, 2016 10 Comments
Systems Development is Part ONE
It’s that consistent follow-through part that’s the killer!
©Madelyn Griffith-Haynie, CTP, CMC, ACT, MCC, SCAC
Treadmill Deja Vu
As I explained in Keeping Up with the Treadmill Tasks, published over 2-1/2 years ago, Treadmill Tasks are those things that are never really done. No sooner do we put a task behind us than its evil twin materializes in front.
If we expect to eat every day, somebody has to fix the food. Then somebody has to deal with the dishes at least once a day or so, and wipe spills off the counters and the floor (at least well enough to keep the Board of Health away from our door).
Oops, let’s not forget to take out the garbage – and how about that grocery shopping?
Then there’s the general digging out: policing the living rooms and the bedrooms, the kitchens and the bathrooms . . . not to mention those home office to-dos, even for those of us who work for wages somewhere else.
SOME-body has to attend to all of those items or everybody must live with the consequences of mounting disorder and disarray that eventually makes life practically unlivable.
When YOU are that somebody – especially if you are one of the citizens of Alphabet City – I’ll bet you frequently feel like your life is little more than one rapidly revolving to-do list, and that you will never be able to cross off anything anywhere near the bottom.
Hang on – help’s coming!
But wait – there’s MORE!