By Phil Zeltzman, DVM, DACVS, CVJ
I noticed that super-achievers tend to take on too many projects. In addition, projects often remain uncompleted because of analysis paralysis or excessive preparation.
I chose to share the story of the day a volcano ate my new drone as a mic drop to show how preparation is important, but completing tasks is even better.
Don’t hesitate to launch your projects by following the mantra “ready, fire, aim.”
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ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Dr. Phil Zeltzman is a traveling board-certified surgeon in Pennsylvania & New Jersey.
He is a serial entrepreneur with a slight case of Shiny Object Syndrome: in addition to his mobile surgery practice, he co-owns a general practice and several side businesses.
He is an international speaker, consultant, book author, columnist, blogger and a bunch of other fun stuff. He also organizes CE trips in exotic locations for vets and nurses. His next “VIP” trip in 2020 is dedicated to burnout and compassion fatigue.