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Balanced building

If a project is made to do something for others, make sure to get feedback along the way. It's hard to build in a silo, particularly if it's meant for others.

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Approach with development perspective

Make things better. The world will not call upon the unseen potential. Find new stories.

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Rebuild stronger

When forced to rebuild work, take time to improve the next time around. Strengthen the weaknesses that lead to the problems first, and look for additional opportunities next. Use the insight gained to build with new ideas in mind. It's a frustrating process and there's no point in doing it again if it will lead to further problems.

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Build for long term not immediate response

Others should not be expected to appreciate the work that went into building, nor the potential. Build with the right structure so it can spread. Don't worry if it's not immediate.

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Build credibility by showcasing work and demonstrating value

Communicate clearly to help others put themselves in the story.

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