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Trusting the improvements

Colin Campbell
by Colin Campbell on 25/03/21 18:00

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Sometimes you make improvements to systems that mean you’re more efficient. 

Sometimes the increase in efficiency increases the amount of time you have available to yourself that makes you feel less busy. 

This is a huge success because you get more work done in less time and have more time available. 

Sometimes the time that you create, that you’ve made available now makes you feel like you’re not busy. 

Once you feel you’re not busy and when your habit is busy, it means you feel you’re not achieving and it brings on anxiety. 

Understanding that improving systems creates time that you can then enjoy doing other things is an important aspect of improving effectiveness and efficiency. 

We’re finding this out a lot at the moment through some of the thing that we’re doing and it’s quite unnerving. 

 

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