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Reaction And Response

Reaction And Response

When someone reacts, it is often an emotionally negative response. When someone responds, it is a forward-thinking, progressive-acting answer.

Reacting is often an emotional response that drags you down. Be responsive, forward-thinking, and push yourself to be better as a leader.


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