Garr Reynolds, author of Presentation Zen, was referencing ways to consider what to include in presentations. The quote also provides a good life lesson. It’s worth spending some time considering what’s really important to you, then making sure those are the things you spend your time on. Are your priorities aligned with what you define as being important? If not, it’s time to adjust.
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