Being active and busy is not the key to success.
5 Things About Productivity and Success that I Learned from Watching Baseball
Mike Sturm

This analogy works in baseball, but consider soccer for a moment. Sure, the striker is most successful in short bursts, but what about the defensive midfielder who controls the flow of play by being everywhere at once? His constant activity is a conduit by which the rest of the team flows.

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