“If you give me 6 hours to chop down a tree, I’ll spend the first four sharpening the ax.” — Abraham Lincoln
It’s easy to grab the ax and start hacking away at the tree. But to do it right you need to take the time to sharpen your ax.
A sharp edge is crucial to the ax you use to cut down a tree, or the knife you use to cut veggies for your salad. But it takes time to make it so. And it takes intentionally doing it before it’s time to actually do the job. It’s the “work before the work” that makes the job successful.
Dr. Randy wraps up his teaching “Sharpening Your Edge” to help you know how to sharpen your “edge” and why it’s so important.In fact, it’s intentional!
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