Bits and Pieces, November, 1989, p. 21
Two men were out hunting. Neither was a good shot. After they had tramped through the fields for hours, they had seen plenty of rabbits but had yet to hit one. With evening coming on, both were getting tired. One turned to the other and said, "Tom, what about it? Let's just miss two more and call it a day." Despite the lack of anything to show for their time, these two hunters probably expended as much energy and effort as if they had bagged twenty rabbits. The same thing, unfortunately, can and does happen to people. "It is not enough to be busy," someone once said, "one must also get results."