Happy New Year from the People of Lean Is Good

Bryan, Scott, and I wish you a happy, safe, and prosperous 2010.  We would also like to thank you for the attention that you have given us and the thoughts and ideas that you have shared with us on this blog.


New Year’s Resolution – Do Less

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When you reflect on this year you probably see busyness replacing effectiveness, mixed priorities instead of a constant mission and doing more instead of doing important or vital.

The challenge is for next year that instead of a new year’s resolution to lose weight or learn a new language you first decide what you are going to stop doing. What are your principles, values, beliefs? What are you doing on a weekly or daily basis that does not fit these beliefs? Continue reading