Johnnie Moore

Leave the low fruit hanging

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Johnnie Moore

I’m Johnnie Moore, and I help people work better together

I liked this thought from Earl Mardle (riffing on this from Seth Godin).

I have a little mantra for those who always want to pluck the “low hanging fruit” or “get some easy runs on the board” do the hard stuff first, the easy stuff is always going to be easy, but going from the easy to the hard just makes the hard seem even worse.” Most people aren’t interested.

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