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Create Space for a Solution

Are you too close to your closest problem?

Is it holding you back from the creativity you need to move forward? Does your toughest problem knock you a little off center?

Sometimes we're so tangled up in a problem that we first need to create space for a solution.

Someplace safe. Someplace centered. Someplace where we (and the problem situation) can breathe.

How will you center yourself in that moment?

-- Doug Smith

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