…em, quite hard.
That’s my experience anyway.
Doesn’t mean it isn’t the right principle though, just that it isn’t that easy to achieve, especially if our vision isn’t very clear.
The amazing effect of putting some delays in the start-up sequence of a computer system so that all the processes weren’t competing with each other as they launched themselves. By serialising things properly, the start-up time went from the best part of an hour to just a few minutes.
Putting in delays speeded things up.
That seems all backward.
And it can be emotionally difficult to put some things off so that we can do other things properly now.
But that’s what we need to do because focus is a kind of letting go.
What could you do with scheduling out?