Macros and Micros

Don’t let the micros distract you from the macro.

Don’t let the macro excuse the micro.

Do plan the micros to fuel the macros.

Do set the macros before the micros.

Don’t make every conversation about the macros after the macro has been decided.

Do make every micro about the macro after the macro has been decided.

Big picture: stay intentional about what you’re trying to achieve and don’t do things “just because” or let the tail wag the dog.


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