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The Negative Effects of Low-Value Work On Your Goals

Aytekin Tank makes a lot of interesting points in this article. It’s a piece published in Entrepreneur titled How Low-Value Work Is Hurting Your Bottom Line.

Here’s a short snippet to give you an idea of what he talks about:

Research shows that knowledge workers spend a good chunk of their time (41 percent, to be exact) on discretionary activities that offer little in the way of personal satisfaction and could easily be delegated.

In my experience, all of this “mindless work” zaps the energy, productivity and joy out of our lives. Low-level work bogs down our days and prevents us from using valuable resources on projects that will produce better outcomes.

There are some valuable gems here that we thought would benefit some of our readers here. So, if you want to learn more, take a look at the rest of the article at the link below…

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