Susan L. Farrell, Author

No One Right Way

No One Right Way (Video)

hI have spent much of my life searching for the one right way to do things.  What I have found is that usually there is no one right way.  There are usually many right ways.

To determine the best way, first determine what outcomes you want.

Second, analyze the parameters of the situation.

Third, determine what methods you could use to accomplish the results you want.

From there, determine which way is the best one given all the information you have.

Keep your mind open to the different ways that you can address a situation.  There may be many right ones.

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