THE FOUR DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION - Episode 19

Film Pro Productivity & Success: A Filmmaking Podcast

By Carter Ferguson

THE FOUR DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION - Episode 19

Sunday, 10 March

Today we’ll be delving into a business productivity system called the 4 DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION aka the 4DX which I believe will be applicable to the world of creatives like film pros.
For a full transcript of this episode please go to the official website https://www.filmproproductivity.com/
 
Quotes:
“Stay focused - go after your dreams and keep moving toward your goals.” - LL Cool J
The book THE FOUR DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION says “The real enemy of execution is your day job! We call it the whirlwind. It’s the massive amount of energy that’s necessary just to keep your operation going on a day‐to‐day basis; and, ironically, it’s also the thing that makes it so hard to execute anything new. The whirlwind robs from you the focus required to move your team forward.”
And it goes on to say that “The whirlwind is urgent and it acts on you and everyone working for you every minute of every day. The goals you’ve set for moving forward are important, but when urgency and importance clash, urgency will win every time."
Jim Huling says that “Execution starts with focus.” and Jim Rohn said “Discipline is the bridge between goals and accomplishment.” - Discipline #1 is THE DISCIPLINE OF FOCUS. The first discipline requires sustaining the whirlwind at its current level while you advance towards what it calls one WILDLY IMPORTANT GOAL or WIG - W.I.G. A Wildly Important Goal, it actually says one or two but let’s keep it simple –remember the more you try to get done, the lower the odds of success of each of the goals you seek to achieve.
The book says “Once you stop worrying about everything else going backwards, you can start moving forward on your WIG.”
The book also says If you ignore the urgent, it can kill you today. It’s also true, however, that if you ignore the important, it can kill you tomorrow.
Dwight D. Eisenhower said that “What is important is seldom urgent and what is urgent is seldom important.”
Author Catherine Pulsifer said “at the end of the day we are accountable to ourselves - our success is a result of what we do.
“Productivity is never an accident. It is always the result of a commitment to excellence, intelligent planning, and focused effort.” - Paul J. Meyer
 
You can find out more about the show on these links.
OFFICIAL WEBSITE: https://www.filmproproductivity.com/
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FACEBOOK: @filmproproductivity
CONTACT: https://www.filmproproductivity.com/contact
 
Sources:
THE FOUR DISCIPLINES OF EXECUTION
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aEJDliThj7g
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ADORZuvw9pw
https://www.thesimpledollar.com/separating-the-urgent-and-the-important/
 
Thanks: A Himitsu
 
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