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    A new philosophy for work

    By doing just a little every day, you can gradually let the task completely overwhelm you.


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    an old sig line I used to use re work philosophy was along the lines :

    Que sera, sera - nice song, lousy management style

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    Ah sounds about right either bust a gut and get it done or chip away slowly and it will bite you in the rear as its still not done

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