PRODUCTIVITY 106 - Reflections on Maximum Productivity Minimum Effort by Gerrit Cloete
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GERRIT CLOETE WRITES:



There’s more to life than just getting more done in less time.



Than clocking in and clocking out.



Than chasing quotas and checking boxes.



The industrial revolution is over.



We are not machines.



We are human beings.



Let’s go beyond hard, old-school productivity.



Let's blend in the softer side



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PRODUCTIVITY 106

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With line illustrations by John Roome



about the author - Gerrit Cloete

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A HARDWORKING LAZY GUY: That’s me at work. Working hard to discover new ways and rediscover old ways of getting right things done easier, faster and better. To seek that space where maximum productivity and minimum effort co-exist peacefully, in paradox. And when I find it, to share it with as many people as possible. I support Bill Gates’ philosophy: “I choose a lazy person to do a hard job. Because a lazy person will find an easy way to do it.” And, voila! TV remote controls, automatic garage doors, dishwashing machines and gazillions of time-saving apps and devices fill our universe.