Dec 2, 2016
Don't be afraid to give up the good and go for the great. -- Steve Prefontaine
A 2014 Gallup Poll found that a shocking 70% of U.S. employees are unhappy at their jobs. This alarming statistic inspired this episode.
There are 5 kinds of people who need to quit their jobs as soon as possible, and get on with creating a legacy, and pursuing their dreams. Don't continue buying into the job myth, and failing to believe in your own abilities.
There is nothing worse than wondering "what if?" so we aren't going to do that! Get out of your rut and follow your gut, JellyVisionaries!
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All my possessions for a moment of time. --Elizabeth I (1533-1603)
Are you letting time thieves run rampant in your life? Guilty as charged! It's time to put locks on your doors. Jelly's strange encounter with Tangier Island has her rethinking the demands on her time, and developing PAPS (Personal Access Protocols).
We are all unbelievably accessible to so many people. The problem with all that access is that it sucks our time like a Dyson sucks pet hair. I remember the old days, before cell phones, when nobody could contact you after you left your house. It’s weird to think about that now. How did we manage?
Now, we are bombarded at all times of the day and night with:
Worse than the demands on our time, is the EXPECTATION of an immediate response.
All this unfettered access is hurting our productivity, and we are losing control over the best use of our time. We will no longer be derailed from important tasks by these Time Thieves! Lock them out and get on with your bad self.
Love, Tim & Jelly
After seeing two business stories about the downfalls and windfalls of good timing, that became our topic on this episode of The JellyVision Show Podcast. Be La Croix, don't be Samsung, JellyVisionaries! You can't force good timing, but you can be ultra-aware of what is going on around you, so you can predict good timing like La Croix did when they saw that sugary drinks were getting a bad rap by being linked to poor health and Type 2 Diabetes.
We believe in you, JellyVisionaries. Remember to create more and consume less. Leave your legacy!