Theme for the Week: Stop the Busy-ness

By: Jan Bolick
August 7, 2010

Too much to do?

There is good reason to stop doing so much.

It can do much for morale and productivity; health and sanity.

How to do it?  

We could become slack. Or lower our standards.   Or be noble and master the art of leaving things undone.  

If you choose to do the latter, don’t miss the opportunity to capture long term from your noble artistry….i.e. every little bit helps toward stopping the busy-ness.

Come back during the week for tools and tips that will help you and your team stop the busy-ness and boost morale and productivity in the process.

It all starts with our Quote of the Week 

Followed by:

All helpful resources for managers who, in the interest of  morale, productivity and results.

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