Get to work!


If it’s clear that the work needs to be done, then we should start it promptly. Sitting on the fence and merely raising issues and risks is easy and unproductive. While learning from past experiences and making informed recommendations is important, these actions alone don’t drive progress.

We must protect ourselves and our team from burnout and unrealistic expectations. However, arguing about tasks with only partial knowledge of their requirements doesn’t benefit anyone. Instead, we add much value when we roll our sleeves and get to work. By actively engaging with the task, we have a much better chance to manage expectations and mitigate risks effectively.

Success often comes not just from completing tasks on time but also from finding creative ways to work within available resources and time constraints. Let’s focus on giving our best effort and innovating as we go, ensuring we continuously move the needle forward.