Continually Connect for Results

Follow effective action with quiet reflection. From the quiet reflection will come even more effective action. — Peter Drucker

Reflective thinking has three main values: 1.) It brings perspective within context. 2.) It allows us to continually connect with the journey, and 3.) It provides counsel and direction concerning the future.

Regularly reviewing our calendar or journal is a great tool. They remind us of how we are spending our time and evaluate any adjustments that need made. Are our priorities helping us make progress?

Putting thoughts into action require intentionality. Recording great takeaways from reading books, listening to podcasts, attending seminars can help put thoughts into action for us to continually connect.

Keep Going and Growing, My Friends.


Create time and margin to review your past appointments and your upcoming schedule.


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