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Relentlessly smaller

Some people work overtime to make their jobs smaller.

If your job is smaller you're less likely to make a mistake and more likely to please your boss.

But that's a pretty dumb bargain. You're exchanging your upside, energy, opportunity, growth and excitement for the freedom from thinking and a decrease in self-induced anxiety.

What a shame.

Posted by Seth Godin on March 12, 2011 | Permalink

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