Get more done: The principle of the vector

Today, I’m am launching my channel on YouTube. Each month more than one billion people visit YouTube and consume over six billion hours of video. Perhaps you are one of them.

If so, I invite you to subscribe to my channel and help me start a conversation. Every Tuesday, I’ll be posting a brief 90-120 second video that I hope will inspire you to fully unleash the extraordinary mission God has put within you.

Here’s today’s:

This first installment is a simple reminder from my ebook about the two essential ingredients to get more done. Please let me know what you think of by leaving a comment below.

Would you also help me spread the word about my new channel? If you like what you see, simply share it with your friends on Facebook, Twitter, email or your other favorite social media hangout. While these videos are not even a drop in the ocean of over 100 hours of video uploaded every minute on YouTube, my hope is that they will strike a cord with the community that you care about.

Thanks for watching and helping me spread the word. As always, I welcome your feedback and suggestions for future content.

Your thoughts: What’s your greater challenge? Knowing what to do, or getting it done quickly?

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4 thoughts on “Get more done: The principle of the vector

  1. In business it seems like knowing what to do has a lot to do with management establishing good strategic objectives that are visible and understandable. And it seems like getting it done quickly is more the responsibility of the worker/employee. Just an observation for today.

    • Interesting thought Jonathan. I suppose that would depend on how much autonomy the employees have to direct their activities. I certainly see at the executive level, where you’d expect the greatest autonomy, that many of these leaders are just as challenged to get stuff off their plate as those they lead. I think the vector cuts right through the organization, but as you observed, it may be weighted more strongly at one end or the other. Thanks for your thoughtful comment!

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