How to use your journal to overcome negative thoughts. As mentioned in my seminars.
My article appeared here in Construction Executive Magazine.
I’ve have been doing a lot of speaking in the construction industry with associations and companies.
I have a featured article on How to Win Tomorrow Today in this months Construction Executive Magazine.
Last month bagels emojis. This month landing emojis.
Over the past two decades of working with some of the most productive (and busiest) people. I am well qualified to say this… If an emoji concerns you… YOU must have a lot of free/down time, all of your projects completed, financial security, job security and overall you are lighting the word on fire with all that you accomplish.
Not quite you say…
I think I’ve isolated the problem.
An article today in the Los Angles TImes covers the apparently upsetting “landing” emoji. This is after last months “bagel” emoji fiasco.
They say (they are always a bit over sensitive) the current emoji on the left is a bit too “crash-y” their word definitely not mine.
As a pilot (again, qualified to address this) I can tell you the image on the left is a typical landing position called nose down. This position happens normally in a decent and landing. However, in all fairness the picture on the right is called the flare. This also is normal and a part of a non-crash-y landing.
The point is who has time to fret and worry about nose down or flare. Crash-y or not so crash-y? I’m even somewhat bothered that I am taking my daily article writing time to write about this. I’m even more up set that I’m using the word “crash-y.”
How to focus.
I offer my audiences this idea shift when it comes to this area of focus, getting more done and blocking or resisting unwanted, non-productive endeavors.
Focus is NOT about saying YES to the right things. Focus is about saying NO to the wrong things. This perspective shift allows you to have the meaningful and results producing work in front of you. As apposed to… what do the new emojis look like and are they accurate. It’s an emoji. Come on.
You could just type “Landed.”
Eric Herdman is a Professional Speaker and Keynoter. He is an expert at human optimization, productivity, energy and focus. Helping people be their best most productive selves.