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  • Writer's pictureWendi Pannell

Don’t put a period where only a comma is needed

Sometimes in life, we insert a period with thoughts or statements like;

"It is done."

"It is over."

"It's time to move on."

"This person is impossible to work with."

"I am exhausted"

You create this sense of finality or doom. Sometimes that period should just be a comma.

"This is a season, and seasons will pass."

"This is hard, but I will get better."

"It's been wonderful working with you, and I can't wait for our paths to cross in the future."

"I'm not sure I can work with them anymore, but I will give them some feedback. What do I have to lose?"

That pause or coma might even be a vacation or a day off. Put a comma, an “and then,” to your moment. Keep the momentum and

Make it a great day,


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