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WE’RE ABSOLUTELY BRILLIANT at finding problems. Humans are hard-wired for it.

And people get rewarded for solving problems. So we get really good at it.

The problem is that this tendency means we’re not paying attention to what’s going right, what’s working. And your employees who aren’t creating problems tend to get ignored as well.

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GarbageTHERE IS A SAYING in computer geekdom: “Garbage in, garbage out.”  Meaning that you can’t expect great results when you’re starting with junk.

The human mind works the same way.  And it explains how easy it is for people to get caught in cycles of despair and hopelessness.  If you don’t have hope coming into your life, it’s hard to imagine how you can have hope for a better future.

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CeasterHRISTUS RESURREXIT!  Christ is risen!

This last year has been just amazing, and I’m blessed to be working with such talented and generous people.  This blog has been going for less than 16 months, yet it’s generated a level of interest and enthusiasm that I never expected.

I want to offer my sincere thanks for all your support and engagement.  I continue to get personal emails, connections, and encouragement every week.

Please take this opportunity to thank all those who are YOUR support – especially in your times of greatest need.

We’re all in this together, after all.

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