Hustle vs Hurry

Hustle is responsive.

Hurry is reactive.

Hustle is planned.

Hurry is chaos.

Hustle is measurable.

Hurry is ambiguous.

Hustle is accomplished.

Hurry is frazzled.

Hustle is sustainable.

Hurry is unmaintainable.

On the spectrum between hustle and hurry, where are you?

Anything I can do to assist?

At Trellis Group, we believe chaos is the enemy of the small business. It's our mission to partner with small business owners and their teams to develop the managerial practices and processes to crush chaos. If you feel overwhelmed and need a proven system to focus on the next best thing, we can help. Companies who work with us see revenues go up, anxiety go down, and work becomes a force multiplier for good in the lives of your people. Reach out to discover how the Trellis Group can help you crush chaos.



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