Most people think working harder will create better results. They think trying a little harder will create a little bigger payoff.

Not so.

“More of the same” just gives you more of the same.

At the beginning of his wonderful book, You2, Price Pritchett tells a true story about witnessing a life-or-death struggle.

The story is about a small fly trying desperately to fly through the glass of a windowpane. Its whining wings told the sad story: the fly’s strategy was to try harder.

Of course, trying harder to fly through the window would never work. Yet, the fly continued to hit the glass even though it would never escape to freedom using this strategy.

Pritchett goes on to explain that just a few feet away, the door is open. In just ten seconds of flying time, the fly could have reached the outside world it was seeking.

Contrary to what most people think, trying harder isn’t necessarily the solution to achieving more.

You think you are really making progress when you’re charging ahead, head-down, toward one of our goals. But when you are in a head-down, nose-to-the-grindstone mode, you are only working and not thinking properly.

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