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Seriousness is not the same as significance

“Seriousness is not the same as significance.” -Chalmers Brothers

It’s possible to be light-hearted and effective. It’s also possible to be really intense and inefficient.

Just because you’re serious, doesn’t mean you’re actually focused on what’s important. And just because something is important, doesn’t mean you have to be serious about it all or most of the time.

The true level of one’s commitment, effectiveness, and integrity is best measured by that person’s results, not by their apparent sobriety or sense of humor.

So, are you having a good time or are you getting down to business?

Sometimes you have to choose, but not always.

It’s possible to do both.

That’s today’s two cents.

Cheers,

T.K. Coleman

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