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Certain.

Certain.
By Mary Trigiani • Issue #1099 • View online
This is not about Hell For Certain, Kentucky, or the short story “On Hell-Fer-Sartain Creek” by John Fox, Jr. (Although someone should do that some time.) This week’s collection is inspired by one of the stories herein, about the intersection of certainty and complacency. By Morgan Housel, the essay gives us a reason to explore the power and the impact of decisiveness.
Established beyond doubt is one of the dictionary’s definitions of certain. Giving safe harbor to doubt does little more than nurture complacency, the bain of leadership and a barrier to certainty. Always good to use doubt as a spur to act – not as an excuse for stasis. Because it’s hell for certain if we become complacent out of fear, greed or comfort.

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