When I was 15, my sister, Lucy, older and wiser by seven years, said something that didn’t make sense to my teen brain:
“If you want something done, give it to a busy person.”
More than forty years later, I recall how that statement confused me—but I get it now.
People with a lot to do already have momentum, vigor, and the systems and tools in place for efficient living. They’re the best candidates for handling a task, solving a problem, or assisting a person, team, or organization in achieving a new goal.
And, busy people also have …Continue Reading