April 8, 2011 5 Comments
My wife goes to the gas station and, instead of filling up, will put $20 in her tank. It drives me crazy. After fifteen years together, it’s one of a very short list of items that she does that bugs me. Her list for me, by the way, is much longer. In fact, I think she’s hired a consultant to build a database around it.
But this affliction is very, very prevalent. We all suffer from it in one way or another. It affects us personally, as well as professionally; emotionally and even physically. It may very well be one of the main barriers toward sustainable success in our lives. Taking shortcuts, it should come to no surprise, is as destructive to growth as any other actions or thoughts we have. Read more of this post