Productivity in Your Practice
February 15, 2013
Long ago I believed everything I read. Really. Sort of.
Now I do my best to fold a dose of skepticism into any thing I read, especially in works such as the one I am about to quote. But the message is so simple, true, and apt for us clinician/businesspeople that I wanted to use it.
“Do, every day, ALL that can be done that day. There is, however, a limitation or qualification of the above that you must take into account. You are not to overwork, nor to rush blindly into your business in the effort to do the greatest possible number of things in the shortest possible time.”
“You are not to try to do tomorrow’s work today, nor to do a week’s work in a day.
It is really not the number of things you do, but the EFFICIENCY of each separate action that counts.”
Excerpt From: Wallace D. Wattles. “The Science of Getting Rich.” iBooks.
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Work hard, but not too hard. Make sure you are doing work that pleases you.