Tip 169. Be a fire marshal rather than a fire fighter.

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In today’s frantic work environment, does it seem fair that the fire fighter rather than the fire marshal gets rewarded?

If you are constantly reacting to the same emergencies and putting out the same type of recurring fires, something is rotten—or I should say “burning” in Denmark.

Instead of you having to always fight the same fires, why not put them out once and for all? Go back and look at the patterns that occur. Then create permanent solutions and implement them.

Spot the fires before they start or your job description will soon include being a part-time fireman.
Do this now before there are too many fires to be able to put out.

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