I’m a golfer and I was reading an article on *Golf Etiquette* just to brush up on making sure I was following some basic rules that I had either assumed or didn’t know but I was more intrigued on how the article talked about how the golf course had been transformed into an executive boardroom. I kind of knew this, but never really paid too much attention to it.
This has been my motto for a while now. Not to say that I make a point of finding shortcuts, because I don't, but to just step back and think for a second or two about what you have to get done, before you just jump in. Maybe a way to say it could be think more logically and systematically before you begin something? How does that sound?