Top 3 Value Bombs:
1. In building fire, you can have great dry wood, crumply newspaper, but if you skip one critical ingredient, your fire will never ignite. That ingredient is space between combustibles, takes a little spark and draws into fire. It’s the same for our work.
2. Busyness tricks people into thinking that they are productive when they are only active. That confusion between activity and productivity cost companies millions of dollars.
3. When you want to clock out at the end of the day, trap yourself in a promise. Say out loud that you’re done for the day. Saying it out loud creates verbal accountability. It’ll be harder to go back some minutes later and work again when you have stated work is over.
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