Toddlers have a very short attention span. You shouldn’t let toddler behavior interfere with your productivity at work. This is important since some work projects are time sensitive. You should have clear goals and guiding principles, know what your top priorities are, focus your energy on what’s needed the most, and communicate your expectations to your team of what they should produce in a given day. Once you set up a general routine, those regular distractions won’t be so distracting anymore.
- The attention span of toddlers doesn’t last long. They address one thing for a second and within a short while something else catches their attention.
- Many times one might have good practices and good tendencies in a marketing project, but finds out that toddler tendencies might creep in.
- One way to avoid toddler tendencies and making snap decisions in marketing is to have your content marketing goals and principles documented.
“If you’re not careful, your content process can act like those toddlers and your content team could be tripping over projects like a sleep-deprived parent stepping on Legos in the dark at 2 a.m.”