Your Desire to Get Things Done Can Undermine Your Effectiveness

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It may be surprising, but if you are too driven to “accomplish” in a vague sense, it can actually be quite harmful. That general desire to achieve will more often than not lead to you focusing on the mundane tasks of the day, rather than those important goals that really need to get done. That’s what HBR found in their research and they offer alternatives on how to be genuinely productive.

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