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    This week's focus: Thoroughness

    I’m a huge fan of college football. So, when I was tasked to write about this week’s GuideMark Thoroughness, I naturally began my search for a quote from a college football coach that I greatly admire, Lou Holtz. Mr. Holtz once said, “in the successful organization, no detail is too small to escape close attention.” Whether you are on the football field or in a classroom, being thorough is a skill that is vitally important to develop if we are to experience success.... Continue

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