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Working hard and being busy all the time does not necessarily mean you are getting results.
The "busy-ness syndrome" has probably been ingrained in you throughout your life by parents, teachers and managers all constantly telling you to be busy and look busy.
Physical activity seems to be more valued than mental activity.
Work intelligently, not harder.
Many new managers jump straight in and tackle the job without doing any planning or thinking about what the job involves - result - problems and stress.
Many experienced managers do not feel they need to review what they do. Try to find ways to reduce the number of tasks.
Try to find alternative ways of working.
Can you introduce some innovations?
Remember, innovations are not short cuts, but more efficient ways of doing a task.