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STTS: Think Smart Work Smarter by Tremaine Du Preez

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It’s okay not to read everything in the newspaper and not to stay on top of the day’s news as it unfolds (it’s just going to change tomorrow anyway) and to limit newsletters to only one or two a week. My job doesn’t rely on being on top of the news as it unfolds. Some time ago, I switched from receiving daily news, which is usually quite messy and noisy, to weekly news. A reliable information source that sums up the week’s news, with perhaps a bit of intelligent commentary that puts it all in perspective, is a much calmer, clearer and smarter choice. If something really important happens in the world, you’ll know about it. I heard about a volcano that erupted in Iceland, causing severe air traffic disruptions, within minutes ...

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