What’s the most important piece of equipment you have to work with these days? A computer? Phone?
Maybe a vehicle or some other piece of machinery?
Actually, what counts most is your brain —the three pounds of gray-colored electronic equipment that
sits inside your skull. This is the all-important “3-pound tool.”
Performance begins inside the head. It always has. But in today’s “Knowledge Economy” it mostly
stays there, because knowledge work is far more cognitive than physical:
• The mind is now the main productivity tool.
About the Author
Price Pritchett is Chairman and CEO of PRITCHETT, LP, a Dallas-based consulting and training firm with offices in seven other countries. He holds a Ph.D. in psychology and has spent 30 years advising top management in major corporations, governmental organizations, and not-for-profits. His work has taken him to Europe, Asia, and throughout the Americas.