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« The Sum of All Fears = Stunted Growth | Main | EQ Research - Surveys Underway Now »

January 28, 2009

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Ellen Weber

Great post Anthony - and thanks for saying it so well! Whenever we find ourselves at the outer edges of an insurmountable problem, it's time to reflect to spot new directions for the next growing season.You can see it in firms that face the grim reaper results of our current economy. Yet my own visit to Wegman’s store today, showed me a business with success firmly in mind. Leaders handed out cake samples to celebrate another win the Fortune 100 list as the best place to work, and people packed into the store as if they were its winners.

Pamela Brown

Anthony, thank you. This was exactly what I needed to hear today.

Shrikant

comfort vs. satisfaction - this has shaken up my thought process... and makes me ask again what I seek.. and caught up in the analysis paralysis situation now

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