Ep 039: A productive 2019 – Pragmatism
Welcome to final episode in our series on the ‘Pillars of Productivity’. This time, we look at the role of Pragmatism.
This represents the helpful flexibility that’s required when we face changes to our plan or working in a way that we don’t believe suits us. It therefore needs to live in harmony with the structures and processes we’ve created for ourselves.
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Resources mentioned in this episode:
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- Date May 9, 2019
- Tags Productivity