Idle hands…

“Idle hands are the devil’s workshop”, as the saying goes. In other words, idleness  brings about professional regression. 

Each of us is granted a finite amount of time. If the decision is to squandered that time, the a non-renewable resource is lost: time. Meanwhile the competition has made an infinitesimal improvement that will be compounded daily. This adds up to a great advantage. 

The choice is ours: small, daily improvements or basically nothing. Idleness is too expensive and must be eliminated. 

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Idle hands…

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