Principle #3 – Limit Your Use of Short-Cuts

By rallen | Other

Of course, some short cuts are a good thing. If you can find a way to go from point A to point B in half of the time and there is no downside to the new route, then you should of course take it. [caption id="attachment_37620" align="alignright" width="202"]Concept rendering for overcoming an obstacle or finding a shortcut. Limit Your Use of Short-Cuts[/caption] But in many instances in business, we do face trade offs. For instance, we might be able to cut costs by not giving employees a raise, but as a result, they might become disgruntled and intentionally shirk their duties. So, in general, limit your use of short cuts. But if you see one that’s good and doesn’t appear to have a downside, then seize it, but do so.

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