"There is surely nothing quite so useless
as doing with great efficiency
what should not be done at all."
-- Peter Drucker
This is one of my favorite quotes by the management guru of the 20th century, Peter Drucker. It is also one of those quotes that I think of periodically to encourage myself to divest myself of things I don't really need to do. Yet, I persist with things, holding on far longer than makes any sense to a normal person.
I like how Jack Canfield in The Success Principles says it: "Don't just delegate, eliminate!"
This is a concept I need to work on. . .
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