Lessons learned about quality

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            “Being present in the moment is your key to being
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Did you know April is Stress Awareness Month?

For your consideration here are a few ideas about quality

Quality is related to…

…your awareness, and definition
…your perception, and point of view
…your stress level 

Conclusions, and takeaways

Quality is related to the proposed quality metrics being used!
You are able to take your lessons learned about quality to the next level
when you…
Are ready
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Bottom line: Quality takes confidence, courage, and knowledge.

The choice is yours!

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learned about quality

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What are your lessons learned about quality?

As soon as you accept, and feel safe to share how your lessons learned about
has helped you get more done with less distress share them below…

We encourage, and support you on your lessons learned about quality!

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