The need for insulation

Today’s highly effective productivity hack:

How did that happen?!? I had my phone on the charger—and it still died! It wasn’t charged at all!

Upon closer inspection, the insulation on the charger cord was worn and the power wasn’t making it to the phone. Wires designed to carry electric current are insulated so that the energy will reach its destination with full power.

You’ve probably noticed that you occasionally need insulation in order to operate at full power.

Insulators might be a closed door, letting calls go to voice mail, turning off social media during certain hours, not reading emails, using time blocking, or even the way you communicate—politely letting others know that you are focused and busy.

Insulating (aka: isolating) yourself—keeping your energy focused and flowing in only one direction—is often the key to accomplishing your objectives!