If you pull an all-nighter, do you get more done?
Most would agree that the lack of sleep will have a real impact on your working IQ, diminishing your output and quality of life.
What about multitasking – do you get more done then?
April 27 2018
A man stands up at a charity gala. The room applauds.
As promises go, standing is the easy part. The hard part comes later.
- The easy part: Standing up and declaring allegiance, alignment or commitment to a cause at that moment. The applause and appreciation validate your decision.
- The hard part: Keeping your promise in those quiet, thankless moments that nobody else sees. Where you do what you do because of a decision you made years ago.
Teams that stand the test of time tend not to be impressed with ‘the easy part’. No applause for standing. After all, they’ll have likely seen many posture and fall.
Rather, they’ll more likely acknowledge and respect ‘the hard part’ with nods of appreciation along the way.
Who gets your applause, the volunteer or the veteran?