Your Job: Should You Go or Should You Stay?
William S. Kane
Life is 10% of What Happens to You and 90% of How You React
We work longer, smarter, and harder, but it seems that we can never get ahead. The pace of business is ever-increasing; expectations for results are in real-time; we’re asked to make dozens of decisions per day, often with limited information; much work follows us home at the end of the already-far-too-long day; our span of control is stretched beyond capacity; and it seems that any energy and stamina are eroded by noon.
It isn’t pretty, but it’s reality. Change is a given. The chaotic “better, faster, and cheaper” world is here to stay.
In many respects, we don’t have control over many of these dynamic business challenges; ...