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Capturing info — then using it

publication date: Feb 1, 2013
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BlanchardWalking around the farm, driving deliveries, or lying in bed worrying about stuff, I’m constantly noticing things that need my attention. All of this stuff can stack up in my brain like a pile of dirty vegetables. And just as a pile of dirty vegetables won’t do you any good – and will, in fact, rot and create a pile of stink – the ideas in my brain need a way to get my attention when the time is right. I need to put them into some sort of holding place – a sort of walk-in cooler for my thoughts – where I can come back to them at a time of my choosing and give each thought the consideration it needs, knowing that every idea I’ve plucked from the vine will still be there.


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