Have a look at this article by Andrew May and see which choices might allow you to consistently make the most of your talent on a day to day basis. We’d be particularly keen for everyone to think about making meetings shorter in terms of the actual time that you’re present in the meeting so that you have built in time for preparation and follow-up in all of the meetings you have.
Number 5 in Andrew’s list is a bit about knowing your personality, as working in isolation doesn’t hit the spot for everyone we know… in fact some people we’ve worked with actively seek out vibrant place to be productive as they thrive on the buzz around them.
All in all, the article is saying to you “make great performance choices on a day to day basis so that you fulfill potential rather than get in the way of it.”
Let us know some of the choices you make that help you be great.