Being Proactive

“One of the great challenges of our age, in which the tools of our productivity are also the tools of our leisure, is to figure out how to make more useful those moments of procrastination when we’re idling in front of our computer screens”. – Joshua Foer

Focusing our energy

When something is bugging us we’ll naturally put our energy on all of the things we can’t control. Being proactive and placing energy onto our attitudes and actions will influence the outcome though. And because 98% of us are natural procrastinators the only way forward is to take action – even the tiniest step forward has an impact.

How proactive are you?

Being Proactive will help you…

Focus your energy

You’ll be firmly within your locus of control – where you have the most influence.

Procrastinate less

Proactive people know how to tackle the most important tasks first.

Respond

Because you are able to create space between stimulus (a situation, setback or person) and your response to it.

Plan ahead

When you’re proactive you anticipate, plan and move towards your goals.

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