Wed, 14 October 2015
Think about how much work you do on the farm now. How much of that work is actually being done efficiently and effectively?
Are you making the best use of your time by focusing on the 20% of the tasks that generate the most return?
Getting rid of crops can actually be a good thing. It allow you to work more efficiently and effectively by focusing on the task at hand instead of always trying to keep you head above water. It's very hard for any one person to do many things well, but each of us can do a few things really well. Crops are no different. And odds are you can grow a few crops a lot better than you can grow a lot of crops.
Take a look at your farm and the crops that you grow. Which crops generate 20% of your revenue? And how would your farm and life look if you just focused on those?
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