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A wise man once advised not to confuse motion with progress.
That’s useful for the person struggling to prioritize a hefty list of responsibilities.
Taking a moment to pause and plan out the next steps is just what the doctor ordered.
Have you heard of the “Eisenhower Principle”?
I had a brief conversation online with a friend the other day.
He’s considering leaving his job in marketing for a role in finance.
Not many people are qualified to easily make a shift like that seamlessly, but his background and network could make it possible.
Stereo-typically though, marketing jobs are fun, invigorating, full of mid-day boozing and attractive, interesting people.
What’s so bad about that? Why would anyone want to leave?