To achieve great things, two things are needed; a plan, and not quite enough time.

Leonard Bernstein
Leonard Bernstein

American conductor, composer, pianist, music educator, author, and humanitarian. The first American conductor to receive international acclaim. One of the most important conductors of his time.

Though it may defy logic, the easiest way to screw up a project is to give it too much time—enough time for people to rethink, revise, have second thoughts, invite others into the project, get more opinions, conduct tests, etc.

Time allocation is critical. Too little time and we’d compromise on quality. Too much time and we’d invite overthinking. Work with smart people, and everything, including your project timelines will become simpler and more achievable.

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Insanely simple. The obsession that drives Apple's success

Insanely simple. The obsession that drives Apple's success (Book) by Ken Segall

  • Project Management
  • Strategy & Planning
  • Time Management
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