An efficiency expert was once paid $25,000 for spending less than 20 minutes teaching one idea to the president of a steel mill. This software is based on that idea. Following this simple idea can raise your productivity dramatically.
Dec 26, 2011 12:08:01
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Description: An efficiency consultant named Ivy Lee once gave the president of a steel mill a simple piece of advice. Ivy told him that it would increase his productivity by at and told him to send a check for whatever he thought it was worth. A couple of weeks later, the president mailed him a check for $25,000.
This software was made to help you follow that piece of advice.
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