Posted by: Brad Stanford | September 23, 2013

Working On It

I have a phrase that I use to indicate why the appearance of disarray is not necessarily a problem. I typically say, “It can be very bloody in the middle of open heart surgery.”

Don’t confuse an incomplete project (or step) with chaos. Good decisions come from knowing the facts, not following emotions.

Give the doc a chance to close up the patient before pronouncing judgement.

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