The art of balancing results, processes and relationships

Christi Gilchrist
Posted: 11/04/2013

We are taught from an early age that the end result matters. Is your room clean? Are all of the dishes put away? We learn very quickly that certain measures must be met to get a good result. As a result, we are groomed to focus on the output – the end result. In fact, so much energy and attention is placed on the end result that equally

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Christi Gilchrist
Posted: 11/04/2013

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