What we’re talking about very abruptly, very bluntly is this: The efficiency of an individual can be varied and efficiency of an individual can be increased. It can be bettered or it can be worsened. —L. Ron Hubbard
It is upon the individual that the success of an organization and, indeed, the civilization depends. Those who accomplish more with less effort are more willing, more capable and, in fact, more efficient. They suffer less emotional stress and strain. They are better suited to make key decisions. And as efficiency increases across whole industries, so the whole of society benefits.
Such is the subject of Increasing Efficiency, wherein Mr. Hubbard reveals discoveries that provide a wholly new perspective on efficiency—not in a mechanical sense, but in terms of thought, emotion and effort. Moreover, here is the explanation of why an address to thought is of paramount importance, in that thought alone can change emotion and effort. In full, then, contained within this lecture is the “secret” of efficiency and the very means of overcoming the vagaries of emotion and the effort of work.