- Never say no
Be careful not to say no to other people in case you cause offense. And of course never say no to any of your own impulses - that would be to limit yourself.
- Don’t be systematic
Establishing good systems would take a lot of time which you don’t have - mainly because of the huge amount of time you have to use sorting out the mess caused by your lack of system.
- Keep starting things you don’t finish
Having loads of unfinished projects is a sign that you are a person with huge potential - even if it hasn’t yet translated itself into any form of achievement.
- Build up huge backlogs
Backlogs are a sign that you are a really busy person, and therefore a really worthwhile person.
- Take more work on than you can possibly do
Too much work provides the perfect excuse for not actually achieving that much.
- Keep chopping and changing
If you stick to projects until they come to fruition you will miss out on loads of opportunities (which you will also fail to stick to).
- Don’t sort things out
When something goes wrong you have two possible courses of action: 1) give up, or 2) work round it. The third course of action - sort it out - would obviously be far too impractical.
- Don’t identify any long-term goals
It’s much more fulfilling to live in the present.
- Avoid doing anything that takes you out of your comfort zone
Life is for enjoying, so why spend your time struggling to make things happen?
- Do first things last
Always have plenty of easy trivial tasks to give you a reason for not tackling the more difficult things which really matter.