Category Archives: Compromise

Staying the Course

Dan Pierce/ February 26, 2018/ Compromise, Discipline/ 0 comments

Circumstances can have a way of creating opportunities for leaders to compromise direction. Challenges will always come along the path worth taking. Those that don’t lead can often form opinions about a direction based on the challenges inherent in the chosen path. Perhaps the direction isn’t popular and a particular challenge is all the the proof someone

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Settling Wisdom

Dan Pierce/ December 4, 2017/ Compromise/ 0 comments

It sounds like wisdom to accept a limit. This is absolutely true when a true limit of ability is reached. People that settle for less often confuse an ability limit with an effort limit. Settling for less seems like the best possible result with the level of effort that I am willing to commit to. That’s not

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The Separator

Dan Pierce/ November 12, 2017/ Compromise/ 0 comments

Patience is a separator. It separates the person that is unwilling to win and the person who is willing to do anything to achieve their goals. A lack of patience is why people take shortcuts. Be it steroids, theft, speeding, or other damaging compromises, it all leads to a lack of patience. If you find yourself always

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