How often do you count on your memory to record the tasks and activities you intend to do? Our short term memory only retains about seven pieces of information at a time…and, even then, only for about 20 seconds. Relying on memory or notes that are written on napkins, the back of our hands, or random pieces of paper, sets us up to miss deadlines, omit key project criteria, or forget to take any action at all. Join Kari and Paul as they break down how to increase your completion and accuracy rates by putting your promises into existence.
In This Episode:
01:00 – Introducing today’s topic: Words Disappear; How to Make Your Commitments Concrete
03:07 – The nature of words and things
05:15 – Increasing completion and accuracy is all about existence
06:06 – Creating an “Existence System”
09:30 – Existence that prompts action
13:00 – Increasing quality of life and work
17:15 – An exponential system for exponential times
18:38 – How to create existence for ourselves and others
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