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  • Just because you are used to something doesn't mean it's good for your growth. In order to achieve positive change one must let go of who they were to be who they were called to be. 💅🏾
    #growthmindset
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  • Just because you are used to something doesn't mean it's good for your growth. In order to achieve positive change one must let go of who they were to be who they were called to be. 💅🏾
#growthmindset
#learn
#letgo
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  • "Follow @bossed_up_4eva for further motivation information
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  • 🔥👌 #Repost @harvard_business_review with @get_repost
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    The belief in the virtue of efficiency is as strong as ever. It’s embodied everywhere: global organizations like the World Trade Organization are aimed at making trade more efficient, and the idea is promoted at every business school on the planet. After all, eliminating waste sounds like a reasonable goal. Why wouldn't we want managers to strive for ever-more-efficient uses of resources? Well, according to Roger Martin, an excessive focus on efficiency produces startlingly negative effects. Martin argues that efficiency’s rewards grow more and more unequal as efficiency improves, benefitting an increasingly limited number of companies and people. As power and wealth becomes concentrated, it creates the potential for social disorder. The remedy, he says, is a stronger focus on a less immediate source of competitive advantage: resilience. While this may reduce the short-term gains from efficiency, it will likely produce a more stable and equitable business environment in the long run. Adapted from “The High Price of Efficiency,” by Roger L. Martin. Artist Credit: THE VOORHES

    #Resilience over #Efficiency #BestAdvices #Learn #Grow #instabusiness #instamood
  • 🔥👌 #Repost @harvard_business_review with @get_repost
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The belief in the virtue of efficiency is as strong as ever. It’s embodied everywhere: global organizations like the World Trade Organization are aimed at making trade more efficient, and the idea is promoted at every business school on the planet. After all, eliminating waste sounds like a reasonable goal. Why wouldn't we want managers to strive for ever-more-efficient uses of resources? Well, according to Roger Martin, an excessive focus on efficiency produces startlingly negative effects. Martin argues that efficiency’s rewards grow more and more unequal as efficiency improves, benefitting an increasingly limited number of companies and people. As power and wealth becomes concentrated, it creates the potential for social disorder. The remedy, he says, is a stronger focus on a less immediate source of competitive advantage: resilience. While this may reduce the short-term gains from efficiency, it will likely produce a more stable and equitable business environment in the long run. Adapted from “The High Price of Efficiency,” by Roger L. Martin. Artist Credit: THE VOORHES

#Resilience over #Efficiency #BestAdvices #Learn #Grow #instabusiness #instamood
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  • What do you think of these upcoming 350 v2s?
  • What do you think of these upcoming 350 v2s?
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