As you get more proficient in a given process/area, your potential for increased productivity and efficiency also rise- if you actively focus on it. Otherwise, you will merely plateau to a stable state of mediocrity, albeit dependable.
Consistently look for ways to speed up what you do, without losing quality, by looking at the design of your processes. What are some alterations or revolutionary changes that could cut your use of time/energy/money etc. down to a fraction of your current approach?
In this way, you can slowly build up your work load with the same amount of resources, and scale up and out to greater productivity, earnings, and success.
Shifting my career at the age of 40- my aim is to improve myself, my environment, and my society, and inspire and support others to do the same.
I am charting my progress through my blog, as well as writing and creating music for the pleasure of sharing my thoughts and songs with the world. My current goal is creating a vegan take-out eatery located within an outdoor/indoor recreation berry farm.
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