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Wednesday, March 23, 2011

Taking the Wrong Train

            There is an old story, perhaps based upon fact, of a train about to leave a large railroad station. The conductor began to take tickets.
            Looking at the ticket of the first passenger he remarked, “Friend, I think you’re on the wrong train!” “But,” replied the man, “the ticket agent told me this was my train.”             
            After a little discussion, the conductor decided to check with the ticket agent. Before long, it became clear that the conductor was on the wrong train!
           I hope that conductor had no followers. If so, they were on the wrong train!
           Leaders need to be sure of where they are going.

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