Productivity & Work

Get it done

…is what most leaders command. They care less about the thought behind the work than shipping the work itself.

But getting it done is an assembly line philosophy. The less skilled person with a little bit of grit is just as efficient as the smartest person in the room.

Most workers prefer to be busy bees and lemmings rather than innovators and unique thinkers. They rather focus on being productive than creative.

Conversely, some thinkers spend too much time debating possibilities and never ship anything. They get caught in beta.

Knowing what and when to work on something is the maker’s dilemma. The end-product ultimately speaks for itself.

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By Wells Baum

Wells Baum is a daily blogger who writes about Life & Arts. He's also the author of and four books.