When we become complacent it is usually because of confidence and repetition. The more we perform a task without event, the easier it is for our brains to settle into the familiar rhythm of complacency.
Consider the following workers' situations and their levels of complacency:
Out of these three workers, the laborer, the welder, or the roofer, who is most likely to be complacent today?
Things you can do to combat complacency.
Complacency affects us all from time to time but we can mitigate it. If you notice it creeping up on you or your crew members, shake it off, stay focused and encourage others to do the same.
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