A Short Reminder to Put Work Into Perspective By working faithfully eight hours a day, you may eventually get to be a boss and work twelve hours a day. – Robert Frost There is not enough time to do all the nothing we want to do. – Bill Watterson Over the last years, I’ve studied […]Read More Put Systems in Place: Are You Living to Serve Your Business, or Are You Working to Serve Your Life?
ON SYMPTOMATIC AND FUNDAMENTAL SOLUTIONS All too often we are in a rush. We choose fast food over long-term well-being or we lie to preserve peace. However, a lot of short-term decisions create a burden later on. What if the lie is revealed? I assume we all like problems to be fixed quickly. Some argue […]Read More Shifting The Burden – Why Quick Fixes Bear The Risk To Make Things Worse
WHEN FACING RESISTANCE DON’T PUSH HARDER, REMOVE THE LIMITING FACTORS There are limits to growth. We see this in health, relationships, work performance or business. Product sales stagnate after flying high. Teams or individuals improve until they plateau. The changes in your diet help reduce weight until outcomes flatten. Plants grow until the pot is […]Read More Limits To Growth: When Pushing Harder Doesn’t Do The Job