Unfortunately, there are two focus traps that most creative and ambitious leaders fall for.
The first one is saying yes to all of the good ideas because there are always more good ideas than there is capacity to execute.
The second one and maybe even more seductive is turning everything in the whirlwind into a goal. Every life-support metric, every key operational indicator into a goal for optimization.
Remember, just because you can measure something doesn’t mean that it needs to be a goal for optimization.
Fortunately, at FranklinCovey, we have spent years helping individuals and organizations to identify and avoid these traps. Visit the Execution Practice to learn more.
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