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I’ve been noticing how little time executives and salespeople actually spend on their highest-value activities and stated priorities. It sounds silly and it’s certainly nonsensical. If something is a major objective, a priority, or deemed highly-valuable, how in the world does it end up getting less of our time and focus? Even as I typed and now reread that last […]Continue reading
You’re not special because you are busy. Working a bazillion hours and jamming your calendar with more meetings than your colleagues doesn’t make you more valuable. Or more productive. Your perpetually overwhelmed state should not be worn like a badge of honor. And we’d all appreciate it if you stopped bragging about how busy you […]Continue reading
Every once in a while we see something special. In 1980 I was thirteen and I can remember watching the winter olympics on a little black and white TV in my basement bedroom. After we (sorry Canadian and European friends), beat the big bad Soviet Union (remember the CCCP on their jerseys?), I forced my […]Continue reading