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Productivity, Efficiency (06/08/2020)
How much can be accomplished in a day? Some may think that productivity is synonymous with doing a lot of things. But what if all of those things are done poorly? At that point, doing more would actually be less productive as it would require one to go back and fix what was already done.
Likewise, some may think that efficiency must be accomplished through a radical change. However, even though a subtle change may only save a small amount of effort by lessening the amount of time an action takes by seconds, those seconds can eventually add up into hours and days the more that action is repeated.
Therefore, perhaps expressing care within each thing that we do, no matter how small, is the most productive and efficient that we can be?
• Keith Green - Oh Lord, You're Beautiful
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