Stop working and start thinking

Brecher, Natalie D.
November 2008
Journal of Property Management;Nov/Dec2008, Vol. 73 Issue 6, p14
Academic Journal
The author provides insights and personal reflection on how to acquire best results in your work. The section discusses the significance of thinking in acquiring best results. The author stresses several principles that may aid readers in gaining best results in your activity and action. According to the author, putting away work can help you improve results whether your are searching for solutions or creating new ideas.


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