Accomplish More By Committing To Less

02/02/2015 08:32 am ET | Updated Feb 02, 2015
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Believing that more is always more is a dangerous assumption.

There’s a cost to complexity. Every time you commit to something new, you not only commit to doing the work itself, but also remembering to do the work, dealing with the administrative overhead, and to getting it all done in the time constraints involved.

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