It’s time

Time to get off the project hamster-wheel that goes around and around but never gets anywhere

Time to stop acting like a charlatan and bridging the gap.

Time to stop clutching at wants and pretending they’re needs.

Time to stop turning out average work on average projects while hoping you’ll receive more than an average increase.

Time to stop begging people to be able to do your work, and time to stop feeling bad about getting to do your best work.

Time to stop accepting the shortcuts, time to take off the blinkers for quick-wins, and time to start influencing the holistic, feasible path instead.

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