W.I.N. Wednesday: Lessons From Life's Most Powerful Question - Stop Doing Stupid
During a presentation at a National Speakers Association conference retired Navy Commander Mary Kelly gave a profound piece of advice to allow each of us to be more productive and successful in our lives - Stop Doing Stupid.
She encouraged the audience to ask themselves:
- What did I do today that was stupid?
- What did I do today that was a complete waste of time.
This is clear, concise, in your face advice. The message is Stop Doing Stupid, not Stop Being Stupid. It is not about beating yourself up for doing stupid things, we all do stupid things. It is about recognizing it when we do stupid things and changing those behaviours.
What's Important Now? - Stop Doing Stupid.
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