Saturday, 28 April 2012

Low hanging fruit

Sometimes we are urged to pick the low-hanging fruit - to make changes which result in relatively easy wins.

Of course this helps ... but you have to go beyond that and start to do the hard work to reach the higher-hanging fruit.

Always picking the low-hanging fruit is too easy ... and too limiting. It will never give you the real breakthrough in performance that more concerted effort and action can achieve.

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