Delete Your Distractions

Delete Your Distractions

The key to everything is multi-tasking. Do you agree? I hope you all disagree. We’re able to do multiple things at a time, but the quality will suffer. Not everything was meant to be done simultaneously, nor should you want to have a heavy workload at any given time.

Multi-tasking is a skill we’ve learned, but I haven’t mastered it because I cannot do it in every faucet of my life. For example, I’m not able to read and listen to music at the same time. I’m unable to chew gum and speak effectively. I cannot drive and text safely. Each of the tasks I’ve mentioned are very important and I enjoy all of them.

To be more clear with a specific example, when I chew gum and speak during a presentation, my audience doesn’t hear the precision with my choice of words and my message comes off unclear. My audience loses attention. Ultimately, I’m not asked to come back and help others with their dreams. That would be an epic failure on my end, which is why I spit the gum out. The gum is the distraction.

What do you need to spit out? Or better yet, which distractions do you do that needs to be deleted? Don’t fall into the trap of being busy for the sake it. Stop. Do a task that will add meaning and purpose. Execute it with intention and passion. Be laser-like focus, so whatever you do can be done with great superiority. Delete any distraction that’s taking you off your purpose, passion and dream. Trust me, it’s not worth it.

I write this because my business is personal because this service is for the advancement of all humanity. My failures and successes are for your gain. No strings attached.

Nathan A. Webster, MBA


I was born, raised and currently residing in Vancouver, WA. Grateful to have an entrepreneurial life that allows me to use my God-given talents to help others pursue their passion. I'm blessed to be educated (MBA-Operations) veteran (US Marine Corps) who enjoys the community with all my family members (blood and adopted).