The Compassionate Edge: Eating Adversity For Breakfast

“Expect problems and eat them for breakfast.” ~Alfred A. Montapert

Known for his 1970s book, The Supreme Philosophy of Man: The Laws of Life, Alfred A. Montapert wrote, “Expect problems and eat them for breakfast.” No matter how much careful planning and organizing you do, problems arise. As a leader, you must have the poise and grace to deal with them calmly. A huge part of work is problem solving, if problems didn’t exist nor would your job.

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Corry Robertson
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Corry Robertson
Corry Robertson is a Professional Certified Coach (PCC) at www.corryrobertson.com.