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Not your job

It’s not in the CEO’s job description to comfort an employee who’s going through a difficult time. It’s not your legal obligation as a citizen to pick up litter, hold the door, lend a friend money, help a pregnant woman load her groceries, give helpful advice, connect people, forgive the person who wronged you, or even be nice.

Human progress however, relies on thoughtful people acting out of kindness, and an intent to improve the well-being of any of our seven billion neighbors…despite the fact that it’s “not their job.”

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