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pendulumnar principle

Posted on: 22 June 2010

Last weekend, at the tail end of an international conference for financial professionals, Kevin’s good friend and mentor mentioned how wives aren’t ideal accountability partners because husbands can’t always tell the difference between accountability and nagging.

Kevin thought for a moment, then told him I don’t nag.

BONUS POINTS FOR THAT. It came to mind, though, that I’m so averse to being accused of nagging that I may have swung to the other extreme. I think I’m too permissive. I let him get away with things I probably shouldn’t.

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