The enemy of us accomplishing what we need to do is the devil name distraction. He lurks everywhere, trying quite successfully to deter us from our mission. He has no purpose but to see that we don't succeed in ours. He wears a cloak of importance but it's really a thin veil of deceit.
So how do recognize when we are being deceived by distraction? This is one of distraction's greatest weapons. You see you can't define distraction unless you have a written, stated goal. Otherwise the distraction blends right in, camouflaged as important and as undefined as your goal. The only way to put a spot light on a distraction is to have you and others know what your stated mission is. Defining that exposes distraction, and it's evil mission.
End your distractions, put a shade on the shiny object that lures us away from what we need to accomplish. Make a list of what you need to accomplish daily so distraction cannot feed on your lack of organization.