...is not the same as obeying the list.
Do you make the list you check off, follow and work on every day? When does it get made? Who approves it? Do you identify tasks or perform them?
If you had a better list, would you do better work? If you made the list instead of just obeying it, would you be a more valuable member of the team?
Yes, asking questions is often more valued than answering them. (If they're the right questions.)
(Source: This series of audit questions comes to you from: Seth Godin)
These questions are very similar to the questions I posed yesterday. However Seth's view is more micro where as mine was macro.
It is important to remember to view the world from other's perspectives and not just your own.
"I've got a new invention. It's a revolving bowl for tired Goldfish." Lefty Gomez.