“Shoulds” are the things we do out of obligation because we have not thoughtfully considered our true objectives, even out of fear: What if we never get another opportunity? What will others think of us if we say no? What will think of ourselves if we say no? Sometimes, shoulds even seem like things we to do.Being able to confidently shed our shoulds comes back to aligning our decisions with our core values.
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“I’ll be more than grateful for just a normal day,” said Davis, 52. The Friday morning after the shooting, he came to work to find a mostly deserted downtown that had turned into a sprawling crime scene.The crime scene that remained in a central chunk of downtown Dallas snarled traffic Monday served as a reminder of a tragedy that looms over the city.