Authors: Chris McChesney,Sean Covey, Jim Huling
You invest all your time and energy tending to the urgent needs of today, and you’re left with none for tomorrow’s goals. The 4 disciplines of execution (4DX) can change that. By adopting these practices, you are sure to achieve your wildly important goals, no matter what they are.
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