When should you stop?

Pollock, Ted
August 1998
Automotive Manufacturing & Production;Aug98, Vol. 110 Issue 8, p12
Trade Publication
Discusses why it is important to stop in the middle of a job during the course of the day. Three suggestions on how to make a fresh start during the day.


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