Benchmarking Top Performers

Peter Drucker coined the term “knowledge work.” It is what most of us do. We do not produce anything. We process, integrate and transfer information. In knowledge work, Drucker says, “The task is not given; it has to be determined.” I love what Donald Trump says in The Art of the Deal: “Deals are my art form.” I feel the same way. I love to work, and I have found my own groove. Work, life, fun – these are all integrated. Life is life. In the new economy, embracing this without mental boundaries adds fun to life.

In the blog, Life 2.0, I found some fantastic articles of high-running CEO’s and how they use time – the same amount you and I have. They pack more density into their day and are worthy of benchmark. Perhaps it will inspire you to take your game to the next level. It certainly did for me.

Published by Don Dalrymple

I grow businesses through partnerships and executive coaching. I work with partners and clients on strategy, systems, team building and growing revenue.

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  1. I am the cook at my house. Since women do the cooking in most human cultures, when I tell people that, it starts a conversation which eventually gets around to wondering why all the greatest chefs in the world are men. My stock answer is this: Men view cooking as an art form; women view it as a chore. My wife pities me having to work all day then come home and cook so she always offers to clean up the kitchen. What she hasn’t realized for the last seventeen years is that cooking is one way I wind down at the end of the day. That will be our little secret, OK?

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