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Unformatted text preview: Real causes sometimes lie elsewhere Tiny chages may produce big results; areas of greatest leverage are frequently the least obvious Nonobvious and well focused solutions are more likely to provide leverage and bring positive change You can have your cake and eat it too, but not at the same time Real leverage comes when it can be seen that seemingly opposing needs can be met over time Cutting the elephant in half does not create two elephants An understanding of the boundaries for each problem is needed There is no blame No outside causes to problems...
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- Spring '08