This past Friday I was leaving work at 3:00 to go out of town. I had a few things that I wanted to get done, however, I knew before the day started that there wasn't going to be time. I, therefore, started on a list of things to do on Sunday night when I got back to town.
The Sunday before last, I went in to the office at 3:00p.m. and worked a solid four hours. I got several things done that I don't think I would have completed if there was a chance I would be interrupted. It felt great to start the week feeling like I was ahead of the game. It seemed natural that I would want to repeat that experience.
I didn't end up going out of town because of the weather, but I did spend a lot of Saturday dreading going into the office to work on Sunday afternoon. I didn't feel the same way last weekend so it was a bit of a surprise. It seemed logical to take a few hours of uninterrupted time to get things done - particularly when it would provide revenue. So what was my problem?Read More