Meet Steve Epner, author of SIMPLIFY EVERYTHING, from 10 a.m. to noon, Saturday, Dec. 1, at:
This book is all about getting out of do-do!
“Do-do” is the mode business people seem to be stuck in. Head down, shoulder to the wheel, nose to the grind stone, push, push, push. It is easy to fool ourselves when we are hard at
“do-do” work. That is why it is often called busy work. We look busy.
That gets us promoted. We work extra hours. We complain that we cannot get away from our desks.
It is time to get out of the “do-do” trap and instead strive for “done-done.” Finish something. Get results. Move forward.
this book we examine ways to get to “done-done” by asking simple
questions to diagnose opportunities, focus on solutions, come up with
something to try,
and then put it in action. There is plenty of
opportunity to improve. Stop thinking about it and get something done.
You will be amazed at how much can be accomplished.
EPNER was an early pioneer in the world of computers. He wrote his
first program at the Illinois Institute of Technology in 1965. In 1976,
Steve founded his own consulting company, User Group, Inc. Steve
earned his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science from Purdue
University in 1970. In May of 2007, he earned a Master of Science from
the Purdue University College of Technology. That fall, he was appointed
the Innovator in Residence at Saint Louis University.
Steve Epner makes
complex concepts understandable for mere mortals and busy executives.
Autographed books will be available for sale on December 3.
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