Give me six hours to chop down a tree
Quote by Abraham Lincoln: “Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I wil...”
To Cut Down a Tree in Five Minutes Spend Three Minutes Sharpening Your Axe
QuotesPorn distinguishes itself as a place for artful or otherwise well-composed images; comics, memes, macros, and other low-effort content are not allowed. Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. Then again he hated it. Preferred books. I'll take this quote as evidence of procrastination. Yes, but if I remember correctly, there is some folklore that Abraham Lincoln built a log cabin by himself.
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Give me six hours to chop down a tree and I will spend the first four sharpening the axe. If you budget 6 hours for marketing, 4 hours will be necessary for data management and maintenance, research, preparation, and organization, and 2 hours for deployment of your outreach, whatever that may be. This means doing the little things constantly at a rate of to the big things. When the time comes for the big sexy stuff, the effort will be more developed, more thought out, based on a larger body of work and experience over time, and your output will have greater support at the ready. It means that before either of those fundamental marketing elements takes place, something even more fundamental is required. If you wish to be successful with your marketing, it is critical. Always be marketing.
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Dear Quote Investigator: Rigorous preparation is the key to success for many endeavors. There is a popular saying attributed to Abraham Lincoln about planning and executing tasks. Here are three versions:. I thought trees usually required considerably less time to chop down. Also, the wide variation in the number of hours does not inspire confidence in the accuracy of these expressions.