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The Power of Being a Slowpoke in a Fast-Paced Work Environment

Slow but steady wins the race (and produces better work)

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ItIt became clear to me that I’m a “slow” worker several years ago when I was doing some graphic design for a communications company. My co-worker, who held the same role, would pump out three to four sample designs in one sitting. I could only finish one or two…

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Quinisha Jackson-Wright

Quinisha Jackson-Wright

Bylines in The New York Times, Business Insider, and The Muse. I talk about $$ on http://moneythewrightway.com and Twitter: https://twitter.com/KWright0702

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