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Misplaced Loyalty – The Dirty Dozen

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“The Dirty Dozen:   I’m finding that there are a dozen distractions I encounter most often. I’m calling them “The Dirty Dozen.” For each, I’ll present how I’ve seen the distraction present itself, how it’s caused the greatest damage, and what the key strategy is to mitigate the distraction. I say mitigate the distraction because in truth, they’ll never be fully defeated. The distraction at hand may be defeated, but tomorrow will being a new one, a variant perhaps.
Distractions will always be there, always decreasing our performance. But if  we are aware of  them and actively employ effective strategies to keep us on our path, we’ll find our prize sooner.  All twelve distractions are controllable to a large degree. The first three are strategic in nature. The next four relate to planning. The last five are about people. But the order in which I will discuss them is no reflection on importance. Each organization is afflicted with a different mix of  distractions, and you will find one or more that will immediately resonate with your personal experience.

The Dirty DozenI’m finding that there are a dozen distractions I encounter most often. I’m calling them “The Dirty Dozen.” For each, I’ll present how I’ve seen the distraction present itself, how it’s caused the greatest damage, and what the key strategy is to mitigate the distraction. I say mitigate the distraction because in truth, they’ll never be fully defeated. The distraction at hand may be defeated, but tomorrow will being a new one, a variant perhaps. Distractions will always be there, always decreasing our performance. But if  we are aware of  them and actively employ effective strategies to keep us on our path, we’ll find our prize sooner.All twelve distractions are controllable to a large degree. The first three are strategic in nature. The next four relate to planning. The last five are about people. But the order in which I will discuss them is no reflection on importance. Each organization is afflicted with a different mix of  distractions, and you will find one or more that will immediately resonate with your personal experience.”

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