If you drive, there’s a good chance you’ve had a flat tire at some point. What’s it like trying to drive with a flat tire? Progress is challenging, if not impossible, with a flat tire.

What would you do with a flat tire? I’m guessing you’d pull over and change it. If you don’t, your trip will go slower, or you may not make it to your destination. Changing a tire will cost you a little time, but it’s the obvious answer to having a flat tire.

Why don’t we do this in business? How many problems do you put up with each week, in the name of meeting a deadline? How many problems do you shrug off saying, “that’s just the way it is?”

It might cost you a little time to slow down to get rid of the problems. However, how much faster will you move without the problem in your life?

You’ve got this.

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