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Getting unstuck

Against the backdrop of the daily news that clamors for attention are hardworking, plainclothes folks like you and me navigating the not-so-easy challenges of the moment. We’re office workers and managers. Contractors and overseers. Parents, coaches, and committee chairs. Folks are counting on us to “get the job done!”

But does it ever feel as if you’re spinning your wheels in the mud? Sudden delays pop up

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