Don’t sit on a chair when…

4 Mar

Pointing mistakes 

Making decisions

The next time you are in either of these two situations, make the effort of getting up and understanding the impact of what you are about to do. 

It’s easy to sit and point mistake 

It’s hard to understand why it happened in the first place. To see the other side of the story. To hear it out. It’s the right thing to get up and fix it yourself. 

It’s easy to take a decision and forget about it 

It’s hard to understand what the impact will be. What should you measure. What should you improve. What will tell you it was a bad decision. Or a wrong one. It’s the right thing to ask what the decision should be. 

Arm chairs are meant for people who want to be comfortable. 

Successful people are always walking!

2 Responses to Don’t sit on a chair when…



March 14th, 2016 at 2:00 am

Is this incomplete? If not, it is biased for sure!

Lazy people are on armchairs, they are smarter! Bill from MS vouches for them!



March 28th, 2016 at 8:36 pm

Please stop stalking him.

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