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Limit What You Start to Go Faster: Priorities and Simplicity

Speed happens when you are lighter and focused

This is the second post in a series on limiting what you start to go faster.

The first post introduced us to how we can achieve optimal productivity and many other benefits, including happiness, by performing one task to completion before starting a new task.

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Make Agile simple again and rediscover the core of Agile

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Todd Lankford

Todd Lankford

I help organizations simplify their Agile journey by building cultures to emerge better products. https://www.linkedin.com/in/todd-lankford-agile-coach/

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