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Anticipation

Anticipation

  • When our performance has clear and immediate consecuences, we rise to the occasion, we create our environment; we don't let it recreate us.
  • The problem is that the mayority of our day consists of minor moments, whet we're not thinking about our behavior.
  • This seemingly benign environments, ironically, are when we need to be most vigilant.
  • When we are not anticipating the environment, anything can happen.

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