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Small stuff is like a sponge. If you sweat over it long enough it becomes so big & heavy it drags you under.
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If you point out 1 error the person may accept your feedback. If you point out 2 errors the person likely won't.
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Making new errors proves you are innovative and learning from your errors proves you are open-minded and change-tolerant.
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Often, people don't do stuff because they don't know How...they may have the Talent but haven't built the Skill.
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Some things are urgent; some things are important: very few things are both urgent and important.
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You don't see yourself the way others see you. Need proof? Look in a mirror. See - you already got it backwards.
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If you think you are too busy then you are thinking wrong.
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Unresolved, lingering problems gnaw away at brain energy. Attack problems and pluck that destructive power away from them.
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Educate your brain: don't just stuff it full of facts and demand it work harder - mould it so it does a good job of thinking.
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Energy is primal. Your energy is your gift. How are you making best use of it?
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You think about how you act at work. Do you think about how you think at work?
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Many people have a personal relationship with Time: Time serves as their scapegoat.
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Lack of confidence is evident when people talk too much during good times then talk too little during bad times.
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The more you squeeze their heads in the vice the less clearly they think.
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How To Create A Real Scary Sales Monster [a recipe]
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An ounce of problem-finding is worth a pound of problem-solving.
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