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Seth Godin

Everything worth doing has a hard part. If it didn’t, it would have been done already.


You can't get more obvious than that.

Of course, the real fun begins when you start to work on the hard part.

This post from Michael Wade came across my Newsblur reader a day after I overheard a discussion about millennials and work ethic.

Basically the discussion was

Older white man: Kids these days think missing 12 days (a year) is acceptable. When I was starting out I didn't miss 12 days in the first 15 years I worked.

Younger white man: Yeah, I don't think I've missed 12 days since I started working.

Me Thinking: That's not something to brag about. We work to much.

The American puritanical work ethic is not something to be proud about. It is something we should actively be working to get away from; especially in today's efficiency is key business world.