Hacking your productivity isn’t always the wisest option. We all agree that productivity appreciates you finding more efficient ways to achieve. However, it doesn’t approve of you always hacking, which tends to be for those what aren’t in it for the long haul. YOUR Business’s Success depends on you minimizing all unnecessary shortcuts!
Think about it for a moment… if you are always finding ways to hack your responsibilities maybe you should be taking a deeper look into why you are focused on hacking.
Don’t get me wrong, hacking something from time to time or on special occasion is just fine. What I’m talking about is always trying to find ways to getting something done instead of what it takes to do the job well.
High performers are very interested in efficiency, but not if it alters the final outcome. Why? The outcome is their focus. They strive for excellence.
Hacking isn’t about striving for excellence. Hacking YOUR Business’s Performance is akin to short-sheeting your bed. You don’t like the outcome of that shortcut, do you? I assure you that overtime, when you’re short-sheeting your business development, customer service, sales and marketing process, etc. that YOUR Business will reciprocate the investment level right back to you over the long term.
A majority of YOUR Business is better supported by you streamlining the process and automating as much as possible. This is different than hacking.
NOTE: Even the way we commonly use the term hacking is inaccurate, but that’s another whole blog!
Yes! Can it be a good thing? Yes! Is it always a good thing? Most likely not.
If you think you need to always be hacking, there’s a bigger problem! You may need to scale back your commitments or involvement in certain things or you may need to assess how distractions are impeding upon your success. Regardless of which scenario is your truth, take care of this quickly.
YOUR Business’s Future Performance depends on you becoming a high performer of strategically planned moves to improve your and its performance!
So you hack once in a while, where should you be doing less of it? Share your answer in the comment section and I’ll reply.
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