Pressing Problems Are Not Always That Pressing

An abstract pattern on a faulty screen.

Most of the problems you’re facing regularly require your attention and, ideally, a solution.

Sometimes the problems are urgent, pressing, and require immediate resolution, but more often than not, they could wait a bit while you take care of the valuable, proactive things that will move you forward.

Fixing that bug might be crucial, but it is unlikely to break your brand or move it to the next level.

Next time when a pressing matter pops up while you’re in the middle of a creative endeavor, try to see if you can postpone it a bit to add additional value instead.