Pointing and Calling

source: https://www.flickr.com/people/chrisjongkind/
  • Sometimes we point and call, but don’t actually execute. When this happens, people will have unmet expectations.
  • Sometimes we execute, but forget to point and call. Now we have lost the opportunity to get help, to make sure that we actually made the right decision.

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