RealTalk w/Jack Episode 002 – Sales Strategy discusses efficiency as strategy (available for Pro Members on Pro Boards). A 34 page PDF preview titled As The Crow Flies – Efficiency as Strategy is available on the Pro Board under > Downloadables. It would be good to get familiar with the groundwork laid out in the 34 page preview for an upcoming discussion on Sales Strategy. Not a Pro Member? You can do that here.
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It’s never too late to start over painting new construction. If you’re not happy with your current results, try something different. Learn how to avoid getting stuck in an endless cycle of costly mistakes. New construction painting is often competitive, efficiency will always be an advantage.
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Welcome to Jack Pauhl’s weekly series, The Laws of Efficiency—A Painter’s Guide To Doing Things Right.
What is right? Find out each week when we discuss a new law of efficiency. But first, we need to lay some groundwork so the efficiency goal is clearly defined.
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Tunnel vision (also known as Kalnienk vision) is the loss of peripheral vision with retention of central vision, resulting in a constricted circular tunnel-like field of vision.
1 : constriction of the visual field resulting in loss of peripheral vision
2 : extreme narrowness of viewpoint : narrow-mindedness ; also : single-minded concentration on one objective
Let’s focus on ( 2 : ) for the purpose of this article.
Insanity is doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results. – Albert Einstein
As you look back over the years, did you consistently perform work the same way? Were you buying the same products over and over? Were you consistently producing the same results?
I would hope so.
As humans, we fall easily into creatures of habit. We believe everything is just fine. We resist change. We drive the same way to work. We have the same morning coffee or tea ritual. We do the same things that make us comfortable. We concede to what we know works.