When Rich woke the next morning, his sense of relief from the previous evening had faded somewhat. But when he arrived at work, he removed the yellow paper from his briefcase, stared at it for a few minutes, and felt his excitement begin to resurface almost immediately.
Taping the yellow list to the top of his desk, Rich could not stop thinking about the four disciplines that he had discovered the previous night. For the next few mornings, he began his day by reviewing the list and making necessary adjustments to his schedule. After only a week, Rich’s mind-set had begun to change dramatically.
Within a few more weeks, Rich found himself thinking very little about his competition, and he lost interest in many of his previous duties, ...