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March 25, 2009


Chris Witt


You're absolutely right.

I work with a lot of engineers who, left to their own devices, gravitate toward the "yes, but..." gang. If you ask them for their opinion or input about a proposed solution, they seem duty-bound to find the problems -- why it can't possibly work. But if you ask for their help in making it happen, the best ones among them become problem-solvers.

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