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Share Ownership

Who owns the solution? Who is in charge of making your problem better?

We can solve problems faster when we share ownership of the solution.

Even when we can delegate our problems, how we help makes a huge difference. Solving problems together creates a bond that's difficult to achieve any other way.

What problems are you helping with today?

-- Douglas Brent Smith


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