Growing up, I never had the name-brand stuff that the other kids had. What I did have were parents that taught me to improvise. I couldn’t throw money at a problem and had to use what I had. I think all of us can try this a bit more at work. We complain about not having enough people or other resources, but when we really knuckle-down, we see have enough to make it work. Take the time to look for the solutions no one else sees…it will set you apart from the others.

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