In Stephen Covey’s Seven Habits book, one of his first lessons is the Golden Goose.
It is an illustration of two concepts — production and production capacity.
Covey uses the Golden Goose analogy to illustrate the balance that we need to strike between our ability to produce and the production itself.
In short, don’t kill yourself. Don’t injure your ability to produce by burning yourself out.
At the start of the year, I knew I had to make several changes to my non-work life, and this podcast tells you:
- What I tried
- How it is working for me in the first 4 months of the year.
Click the triangle to listen to the podcast.
- Noom – Personal Solution