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Posted by Kurt Maurer on Feb 26, 2005
Remember, it is said that Henry Ford, when addressing bottlenecks on his infant assembly lines, would assign his lazyest man to the job. The lazy guy would be sure to find the fastest, easiest way to get past the PITA...
Yes, Terry and I are lazy, no question about it, but at the same time we are still endowed with the desire to own a cool boat. And that is what drives us to find the most expedient route to the finish, and why we have little, if any, patience for long, drawn out, nit-picky detail mires.
Haste makes waste, it's true. But working fast and efficiently makes productivity. How do you learn to do that? Watch the pros, that's how. You can tend a vegetable garden entirely by hand if you wish, but you can also employ farming techniques to keep maintenence time to a minimum while still producing great harvests.
Just one man's opinion. Oh, and thanks for the kind words!
Hail Frank Zappa!!
In Response to: Re: DIY Rudder by Doug Judd on Feb 26, 2005
- Re: About Laziness by Jay E Morris on Mar 4, 2005