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“My baby cannot see the board!” Patrice exclaimed.

Erin is having trouble completing her assignments. She is receiving a “C” in your class. MY BABY IS NOT AVERAGE! I am a single mom trying to make ends meet, and I send Erin to school to get the skills she needs to become a responsible adult. WHAT’S THE PROBLEM?”

Ms. Johnson explains (in a very calm and smoothing voice), “Well Ms. Williams…

I have moved Erin to the front of the class so she can see the board better. Erin is very inquisitive and asks a lot of questions. However, I notice that she squints often, and experiences a large number of headaches throughout the school day. I am wondering if Erin needs glasses, have you ever had her eyes looked at?

 Patrice replies, “No… I work fifty hours a week. I don’t have the time nor do I have the money to get Erin’s eyes looked at!”

The question is, “What does a single mother who works fifty hours a week do in this situation?”

Well… We all need people outside of us who are licensed to diagnose issues that we cannot see with our naked eye. However,we must first take a permanent vacation from our hourly-busy counter productive work schedules.  

 Once Patrice makes this decision, she will have time to get Erin’s eyes looked at.

Take a vacation from forty, fifty and sixty hour work weeks…

It’s time for some new glasses…

If your career or business is in its infancy (or baby) stage, we can assist you in helping your child grow up, and gain her stability. She must crawl before she can walk… She must walk before she can run…

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