From procrastination to meeting deadlines at the last minute, we all have been there. Some of us have customized our approach and thinking, and the rest are still struggling. From organizing ourselves towards completing our entire to do list before time, we need to rearrange our lives and put it all within the 24 hour mainframe.
In dynamic business environments, innovation and development are often key capabilities that are needed to take advantage of the opportunities provided by changing conditions. The old saying “Do not put all your eggs in one basket” has little value in such environments”
Put all your eggs in one basket
To be noticed in today’s fast world, focus is needed. Leaders and knowledge workers should “put all their eggs in one basket”, i.e. believe more strongly in something, and act accordingly.
We should do that in four ways: Desire to change the world, change the world in an area we know something about, focus our effort on few things – that matter, and apply fast feedback and simplicity in our work.
To invest, devote, or commit all of one’s energy or resources into a single venture, opportunity, or goal, generally at the risk of losing everything in the event that thing fails or does not come to fruition.
This article explains why this is true, how it can be approached, and how to deal with the risks of putting all the eggs in one basket.-:
On Earning – “Never depend on single income. Make investment to create a second source”
On Spending- “If you buy things you do not need, soon you will have to sell things you need”
On Savings- “Do not save what is left after spending, but spend what is left after saving”
On Taking Risk- “Never test the depth of river with both the feet”
On Investment- “Do not pull all eggs in one basket”
On Expectations- “Honesty is a very expensive gift. Do not expect it from cheap people”
“Don’t Put All Your Eggs in One Basket It Is All Wrong. I’ll Tell You Put All Your Eggs In One Basket, And Then Watch The Basket!!!!