Thursday, May 19, 2011


A baby cries because she wants attention. It's the only way she knows to communicate. And it usually works. The louder and longer she screams, the more attention she gets until she is satisfied.

In our daily whirlwind of business, we hear the grown-up cries of discontent or problems. Those will normally get noticed, based on how loud and how long those cries go on. But the person that is doing the right things for the right reason is not making the ruckus or the racket. They may get lost in the all the noise.

It's our challenge to appreciate the quiet beauty of a great performance and give it the attention it deserves.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond

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