"Expect the best, plan for the worst." It's an expression I like, especially in business. Yet while I see logic in these words, I don't find them to be motivating counsel. If anything, I'm more likely to be wary of expecting the best. And while that sounds like a negative attitude, as it turns out, it may be anything but. When our expectations are unrealistically high, we set ourselves up for failure or disappointment, and we may bring others along for our downward ride. Then again, when expectations are low, we may find ourselves pleasantly surprised … [Read More...]
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Dating, waiting, contemplating…
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