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Don't Deplete Your Energy

Don't Deplete Your Energy

Yes, people want you to do excellent work. But many times good work delivered on time actually serves them better.

Your boss, colleagues, and clients don’t need the mental burden of being constantly concerned that if something is in your court it might not get done or very likely will be late. If you consistently start to deliver on time, their trust levels in you will greatly increase, and they’ll need to spend little to no time and energy worrying about whether you’ll come through.


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Whenever I have a problem I just sing, then I realize my voice is worse than my problem

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