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Published on Nov 4, 2010
Do you often start a project, like clearing out a messy desk, and in the middle of the process, do something else because it seems convenient to do so at the time? Many times I have seen someone start to clean their desk-top and in the middle of it, find something like an old newspaper clipping only to get involved with that new find and then cut short the original desk cleaning project because the distraction kept their attention riveted away from the original plan. This process is part of a belief system that it is okay to indulge in distractions while the main project received less attention.
Many of us who dwell on the planet do so in the realm of belief systems. Never fully understanding that what we believe is only based upon a mystical assumption that cannot be proven.
Knowledge should be the paramount of our existence. When we act with knowledge we act with determination and confidence and thereby reach our goals without outside distractions.
Video courtesy of Charter Communications, Charter.com.