issue, tend to take it personally and understand that they may not be part of the suffering, but they can definitely be a part of the solution. It only takes one person, one time, to decide enough is enough and get creative with problem solving to change the way we attack issues from that day forward. Forget the excuse that “This is the way we have always done it” and just be better than that. If everyone had that mentality, then we would have never progressed past the wheel or creating fire. 3
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