I’m certainly not advocating that you work, work, work and have no fun, for what is life without fun. I believe that we should approach work and non-work as building blocks for your day.
The fact is that your customers don’t give a whit about you and your group, but they care immensely about their own self interests.
July 4th, Independence Day in the United States, celebrates the original 13 colonies’ declaration, in 1776, of their independence from Great Britain. But July 4th wasn’t the day of actual separation: The separation came into effect on July 2nd, 1776, the date on which the Second Continental Congress approved a resolution declaring the “united States […]
Ford focused on keeping things simple, building one model that (had to) suit all, using interchangeable parts that relatively unskilled workers could assemble.
[Today, I’m waxing philosophical. If you want to wax along with me, then keep on reading. If not, then please peruse my other posts instead.] This post, an annual classic, was originally written and published on September 5, 2016, Labor Day in the U.S. *** Originally proposed by union leaders, Labor Day commemorates American workers. […]
Strategic advantage is gained by being able to process information and take action faster than one’s opponent.