Sometimes I want to just pull out my job description and take a close look at it, because I feel like I'm called upon, from time to time, to tell people "No" -- to take their passion and excitement, squash it and intimate that they really ought to just stop dreaming and get back to work.
It's not a task I enjoy. I like dreaming. I like innovating. I like the next new challenge.
But sometimes you need clean your own house before you start thinking about adding rooms, and making sure the furniture you have in your current rooms is the right furniture and the room is serving the right function. Maybe you really don't need new rooms, maybe you just need to rethink or repaint the rooms you already have.
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