Just Go , just start….

by Katie Ledger on July 10, 2008 · 3 comments

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“I firmly believe in the concept of just go, just start. All that matters initially is the what, and then just go and just go and just learn and ask questions and make mistakes and screw up and read lots of books, and eventually the how will come to you.”

Scott Ginsburg speaking to Matthew Cornell.

worth checking out his views on a whole bunch of important topics:

On mentoring

On listening

On differences

On getting clients

On writing

On entrepreneur success

On discipline

On luck

On accomplishing so much in a short time

On learning from experience

On asking questions

On lessons learned

On the definition of productivity

On his media diet

On reading

On his productivity system

On priorities

On idea capture


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1 Matthew Cornell July 10, 2008 at 5:50 pm

Thanks for the link, Katie. It was a fun interview!

P.S. I liked your article Searching for a new virtual life. I don’t think anyone’s studied applying VR to productivity. Aha! Blog/product idea 🙂

2 Katie Ledger July 11, 2008 at 2:06 pm


pleasure – you have some great posts and wonderful ideas. I am trying to get more productive.
VR productivity – think it could be a whole new market …..

3 Scott McArthur July 19, 2008 at 12:18 pm

I like the “My name is Scott” idea only problem is I can’t do it as my name is also Scott!

Being productive is a challenge for us all. I look at it from the 80/20 rule where if you really into it we are at our best (and most productive) only 20% of the time! Best tip for anyone is to have time off the grid. Multitasking is a myth so switch off the fone and the laptop and go for a walk – I promise this will make you more productive!

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