Culture Code: How to Weed Out Busyness

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The world is filled with opportunities that most people are too busy to notice.

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Most people are busy doing unimportant things.

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Busyness is a weed. Ignore it, and it takes over.

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Busyness spreads through email.

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Busyness runs rampant in meetings.

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Here’s how to weed out busyness…

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Give people time to think before they talk.

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Reward brevity and accuracy.

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Dig deeper, and find actual facts.

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Give people time to exercise, sleep and travel.

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Experiment, but do it in a disciplined way.

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Say “I don’t know” when you don’t know.

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Value gut feelings, but figure out how to quantify them.

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Most importantly, pay attention.

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Companies that pay attention… spot opportunities.

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Pay close attention. We have not yet begun to understand how things really work.

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Busyness is not good business.

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Weed out busyness from your business.

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