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The Enemy of the Good – Getting Out of Your Own Way
I love sayings and metaphors. Those who are regular readers of this blog know that from previous posts. I so admire and respect people who just have a “way” of phrasing words to make concepts understandable, even those that are profound and important. I especially like it when I think they are right 🙂 One of the sayings I’ve cited in previous posts has been one that’s most often credited to Voltaire: Perfect is the enemy of the good. I’m going to show you how this saying fits advocacy, and how it can have a profound effect on your practice. … The Enemy of the Good – Getting Out of Your Own Way Continue Reading The post The Enemy of the Good – Getting Out of Your Own Way first appeared on APHA Blog : The Alliance of Professional Health Advocates.