Executing a Daily Plan
Unfortunately, we live in an ADD world. It has been said that the amount of information in a Sunday New York Times today is more than what the average person learned in an entire lifetime in 19th century. Today, we are constantly being inundated by messages - from radio and TV to internet, newspaper, bill boards, product placements in movies, elevators, sporting events, airplanes, trains, and even bathrooms. We have instant messages, text messages, call forwarding, email on our phones and have become so overly accessible that we’ve created a culture with incredibly low attention spans and incredibly high stress levels.
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