“Those who are looking for the easy way out usually have the hardest time finding it.” ~Anonymous Imagine you are confronted with a task. How will you complete it? What are your options: the easy way, the hard way and the smart way.
While waiting for an appointment last week, I overheard an employee complaining to his supervisor. The frustrated employee was full of criticisms and getting more and more worked up as he went through his litany of gripes. When he ran out of steam and paused, the supervisor responded. “I hear you. Do you have an idea about how it should