Avoiding Rabbit Holes

August 7, 2019

 

 

I recently conducted a short workshop for people for people in Denver who are seeking to find work or more clients. 

 

One of the tools I suggested using was a simple assessment on Brain Types. (https://projectevo.org/vip/home/) It consists of only 10 questions and takes less than 5 minutes to complete. 

 

I found it to be insightful and accurate. I am not endorsing this product, nor am I affiliated with it in any way. But since the assessment is free, takes very little time to complete, and provides a snapshot of your tendencies, strengths, and behaviors, it is worth using.

 

If you’re searching for a new job or new clients, I suggest utilizing the Planning Structure section of the report they will email you. This section offers insight about leveraging your strengths and being more aware of your weaknesses.

 

Regardless of the project or initiative you are engaged in, it is always helpful to remind yourself of the rabbit holes you tend to be attracted to. While there is no guarantee you will avoid them all, reminding yourself of your tendencies will help you stay more focused on what is most important to you.

 

 

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