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Positioning Yourself for Speed

Use this “real speed versus apparent speed” concept at work while handling repairs.

A core concept in the martial arts is to position yourself such that when you throw a punch it doesn’t have to travel very far. In traditional boxing, they call this doing your footwork. With the right footwork, your punches seem much faster than they actually are. You’re not punching any faster, but your punches get there in less time.

You can use this “real speed versus apparent speed” concept at work while handling repairs. Rather than work faster, positio

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