Steves clean whiteboard

Steve's clean whiteboard

Here is a photo and a blog post from a guy who I mentored a couple of years ago – Steve Keevil. I like his attitude to a problem that dogs us all. A to-do list that you don’t do!

Here is what he says:

For a long time the white board contained a lot of items that I failed to do.

Ideas that were had and never achieved.

And then I’d beat myself up over my lack of achievements and then procrastinate from actually doing something proactive to change this. It became a slippery slope.

So this year… the simple rule is, if it’s not on the board then I’m not working on it.

So I’ve done the same here at Martonhouse.