In a recent online Forbes article, a start up CEO shares how he gets things done. He explains the mechanics of creating his master to-do list each week and how he transforms his many big projects into smaller to-dos on his daily action plan.
He says that the process he uses keeps the projects moving forward “against a backdrop of the normal daily chores that any business owner must perform, such as motivation, recruiting, marketing, accounting, and the like.”
At first blush I am glad that employee motivation is on the list. But then I notice that it’s a list of daily chores. And while I was happy that motivation was on a list of core business functions, it was strange to hear it called a chore.
I suppose if you were a recruiting expert you might also wonder how recruiting could be seen as a chore. Perhaps you are thinking…
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