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The real measure of any time management technique is whether or not it helps you neglect the right things.

Four Thousand Weeks: Time Management for Mortals

Oliver Burkeman

Plante sees this clericalism as in evidence in other religious contexts as well as secular: “Clericalism may be found in many organizations beyond religious or spiritual ones and is the tendency to allow a small group of highly regarded and special leaders to have the power and privilege to make all or most of the important and critical decisions for the organization and those within it.”


James F. Keenan

three general truths about human nature remain constant (Perry 2012): The workplace is a social setting. People want to enjoy work and to look forward to coming to the workplace each day. Most people want to do a good job (those who do not should be fired or reassigned), and they want recognition, public or private, for a job well done. __People want their opinions about work to be solicited and valued.__

The Tracks We Leave

Frankie Perry

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