“Never mistake activity for achievement” says John Wooden.
John Wooden is a man who sees the difference between hurry and purpose, but many managers don’t. Managers are always so busy, trying to look like someone who’s striving to getting things done. But things do not necessary like to be done. Despite manager’s hurry, things tend to go their own way. Disable hurry to enable achievement.
By the way, this is John Wooden (clipped from his TED):
John Wooden really was a boss. He invented a new way of teaching basketball. Glad to listen to him here.