Negligence

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Title: Negligence; Do the most important things more easily

Author: Greg McQueen

Translator: Farzaneh Haj Khalili, Fatemeh Jabik

Publisher: Milkan

Subject: Mindfulness / mental fatigue / life improvement

Age category: All ages

Number of pages: 216

Language: Farsi

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Negligence is the work of Greg McQueen.

We all like to do hard work as easily as possible, but the fact of the matter is that this is not possible most of the time because big work is more difficult than it is important.

For this reason, we should not seek to simplify the path of some success at all, and we should work hard to achieve it. But the important point is how we react to the stress and anxiety and side effects we encounter along the way.

We must learn to be simplistic in the face of many possible issues and events and to pass them by easily so as not to deviate from the main path.

In a part of the book of negligence, we read:
What if it could be done easier?

“It’s four o’clock in the morning and I’m taking a Photoshop photo?” Really?”

Kim Jenkins wanted to do something that really mattered. But he was crushed under pressure and could not do anything. The reason was that the university where he worked was expanding rapidly. The number of clients has doubled in the last few years, but they have practically the same number of employees and resources as before.

they did. As the organization expanded, so did the complexities. New internal policies were established in the organization that were difficult to interpret. A new boring system was created to handle compliance.
The processes became heavy and complex, and recently all their projects and programs required more energy and time. Well-meaning people were added to the system, but no one left.

They had turned something that was once simple into something insanely complex and unreasonable. As a result, the effort required for his daily work had become Haft Khan Rostam. Kim used to be hard on himself.

“I thought if I did not try too hard and sacrifice my own time,” he says. “I will be very selfish.” Then suddenly one day Kim noticed something. Everything was harder than it should be and with
“Achieving this understanding,” he said to himself, “I could easily have layered things as they are with unreasonable complexity. “I could see the complexity getting worse every day and I was drowning under all that pressure.”

Concluded that it is time for change; Whenever you reach a very difficult task. “Is there an easier way?” He asked himself. It was soon possible to test his method. A faculty member called him and asked if his film crew was available to record a full semester of one of the classes.

If it had been a while ago, Kim would have jumped into the middle of the story without thinking and spent four months working with his entire team, looking for ways to go further; Add music. Introduction and end and graphic works.

This time he thought there might be an easier way to achieve the desired results. A short conversation revealed that the videos were for a single student who could not attend classes because of a sports contract.
He did not need a video with great filming and editing. We are all interested in doing the hard work in the easiest way possible, but the fact of the matter is that this is not possible most of the time because big things are difficult compared to their importance. They also have more.

For this reason, we should not seek to simplify the path of some success at all, and we should work hard to achieve it.

But the important point is how we react to the stress and anxiety and side effects we encounter along the way. We must learn to be simplistic in the face of many possible issues and events and to pass them by easily so as not to deviate from the main path.

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