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The last part of Chuck's post "change for the sake of change" and the potential pitfalls in taking that action resonate with me. Sometimes speed isn't the answer, sometimes change isn't the answer. The "art-in-the-science" of Compensation I believe is knowing when to preserve the core and when to stimulate progress and knowing how they should work together. It's sort of like knowing we all can't be the star or the change agent ALL the time. Sometimes just "keeping-the-lights-on" really is the best course of action. I believe Will Rogers said it best. "We can't all be heroes because somebody has to sit on the curb and clap as they go by."

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