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  1. Curt,

    My co-workers and I just received an email from management about continuous improvement and performance. It read, in part, “The moment you think you’re doing everything just as it should be done and all you need to do is keep sailing with the wind in your back, you’re asking for your ship to sink. For top performing organizations and individuals, relentless improvement is part of what they do every day. We must create energy and commitment to perform.”

    As is customer for me when receiving these types of reminders, I think that the email is being written to me personally and see it as a challenge, both in my personal life but especially in my career. Although I laugh every day at work, I must find ways to do more for the job I love doing. By having set goals to work toward, I’m certainly to have more days where I’m excited with my career than I am not.

    Thanks for sharing this inspiring post.

    Best regards,
    Lonnie Ledford

    • Lonnie — thanks so much for your comment. You’re welcome 🙂 I absolutely agree. Embrace the “new”. Don’t ever think everything is going the best it can be. Don’t get me wrong — enjoy life and be happy, but if things grow stale, go back to your “happy place.”

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