Growing up, whenever I would leave the house, my mom or dad would say to me, “be careful.” Sometimes with my smart @#$! mouth I would retort back; “I’m not going to be careless.” (Sometimes I wonder how I made it out of childhood). Anyway, I say all of this because I got this blog post in my email this morning and I think you should read it; it’s very thought provoking.
It seems as though the opposite of “careless” ought to be “careful.” That the best way to avoid avoidable errors is to try harder, to put more care into the work. This means…
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