- The basketball player practicing free throws when no one else is around.
- The CPA who combs through the finances and finds a discrepency after everyone else has left.
- The engineer who redoes a calculation or measures the prototype part again and finds an error when no one else has noticed.
I don't encourage you to go off and do your own thing, but I do encourage you to do the things that other people are not doing. Whatever that fearful work is, and I don't know why people aren't doing this work, but they aren't and the group needs someone to do it.
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