|Posted by Key Yessaad on January 5, 2013 at 8:00 AM|
Incomplete Tasks and Avoided Conversations become nagging Incompletions and they throw the balance of your business, presence, and happiness out of center. Let me share with you a useful definition of an incompletion: it is a task that you have been putting off that finds a way to pop in your mind and linger in a caustic fashion. Usually these are tasks that you have been trying to avoid because they are either unpleasant, and/or tasks that involve some kind of confrontation. The problem with these incomplete tasks is that your mind does not like to let them go – they swirl just below your consciousness, and every time you wish to focus on the job in front of you, they pop up to remind you: ‘Hey, we are here, deal with us…’ They also color your relationships with colleagues and clients because that which is not said create an aura of heaviness and missed workability. You have to grab these incompletions and deal with them; Write down what is bothering you and define the incompletion clearly; Seek a friend or trusted colleague to help you work through your thoughts; and finally get to the belly of the actions that need to be taken and take them. Poet Mark Van Doren writes: ‘There is one thing we can do, and the happiest people are those who can do it to the limit of their ability. We can be completely present. We can be all here. We can give all our attention to the opportunity before us.’ So why not choose to be present and seek Opportunities!
Key Yessaad, Real Estate Business Coach and Internet Strategist