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Unsuccessful? Ordinary? Or Successful?

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In his book, Thinking for a Change, author John Maxwell asserts, “Unsuccessful people focus their thinking on survival. Ordinary people focus their thinking on maintenance. Successful people focus their thinking on progress.”[1] Is that true? And if so, how do we apply it to the way we think about our work and our programs?

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