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All of us want to make sound, effective decisions in our professional and private lives, but that’s not easy when the problems we face are complex and manifold. And in the pell-mell pace of modern living, we usually don’t have the time or patience to seek the best solution. The crushing necessity to make the problem “go away now” makes us receptive to any solution that will provide even temporary relief from an oppressive situation. In this pressure-cooker atmosphere it is difficult to fully resolve, much less fully understand, the problems that confront us. We settle for partial solutions because our minds simply can’t digest or cope with all of the intricacies of complex problems.

- Morgan D. Jones -


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