The cofounder of Truework says after months of working overtime, he decided to be strategically lazy by sitting out the process and letting his colleague drive. He was pleasantly surprised.
Eagles are powerful hunters and some of the world’s heaviest birds. When flying, they save energy by riding thermal updrafts rather than flapping their wings. What would otherwise require effort becomes much easier thanks to the eagle’s energy-saving instincts. Nature loves to conserve energy, and we don’t see this as being “lazy”—we admire it for elegantly maximizing finite resources.
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