One Degree

It's raining here today. They said it was going to snow or ice or something. It didn't. When I was at the gym this morning at 6:00 am, the temperature was 32 degrees. It must have been at least 32.1 degrees, because everything was liquid. One tenth of a degree less and school is cancelled, roads are icy, it's dangerous to walk outside, and I would see snow for the first time since moving to Georgia 3 years ago. One tenth of a degree makes all the difference.

You can do everything nearly right, but if it's not perfect, things fall apart. Take the time to do things with quality or you might miss success by one tenth of a degree. JM

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