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Most executives don't really care about hours, they care about results.
don't really care if you worked 35 hours or 45 hours. They want to see
Projects done, customers happy, sales increasing, etc. Maybe some
manager who has nothing to do but analyze timesheets and obsess over the
cares about hours, but these type of people are rarely effective in an
> Well, that confirms it. You're either Andrew Plato or someone who
> good facsimile. Of course if a writer doesn't have enough time to
> work regardless of the load it *MUST* be because they're obsessing
> templates, or methodology.
No, but some do. They become disassociated with the purpose of their job
docs). This causes them to consume time with obsessions and one-off
work. In the
effort to "work better" they "work zero."
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