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It’s an intoxicating, noble and exciting idea, isn’t it? Who doesn’t want to “change the world?” It would be great for an individual to take some sort of action and bring about widespread and permanent change to the entire universe. Or would it? What if that change you made disrupted otherwise peaceful and stable situations? Ever heard of the butterfly effect? I hope that most of us are good-hearted, well-meaning individuals, and that many of us have a desire or drive to help others. Rather than thinking “globally,” as in “changing the world,” might it not be better to think
Stevie Ray Vaughan says: “Well you’ve heard about love givin’ sight to the blind. My baby’s lovin’ cause the sun to shine.” How do you think your clients or customers would react if you treated each of them like they were your pride and joy? Do you think they would refer you to their friends and associates? Would they try to go out of their way to give you more business? Maybe they would call your boss and let him know how well they were treated? If they changed jobs, perhaps they would “take you with them?” Those all sound
Hall and Oates asked this plaintive question about a dozen times in their song She’s Gone from 1976. Sadly, I remember when that song came out. Perhaps she’s gone because they were so whiny? But I digress… My daughter’s college roommate proposed an interesting idea regarding break-ups. Why not have a “Break-Up Checklist” in which you have a list of all of the things that went wrong, or just weren’t right. You can check off the list each time there is a break-up and perhaps begin to recognize a pattern. In that way, one could be forewarned and forearmed when

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