“Busy is being reactive, and being constantly reactive doesn’t seem like the best way to run a business for the long term.”
Here’s a perspective on work worth considering.
Paul Jarvis explains why he likes having a boring business and suggests being “busy” is actually a reflection of failures of pace and scheduling.
He points out the differences between people who operate at a busy pace (frantic, last-minute, easily distracted) and those who better serve their customers and create better work by being “boring.”
RELATED: This should be posted on the wall of every business.