The idea was that everyone still has to produce the same amount of work. You still have to tick off all the boxes. X still needs to be done by the end of the day. But if you get it done by the end of the day, which is 1 p.m., then go to an art gallery. Go draw inspiration from something else. As long as we produce, as long as we continue to produce good quality work, maintain the relationships with our clients, maintain long term relations with our clients, I don’t care. As long as the client’s happy and we’re happy with our work, those are the only two things that matter.
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