Buying the thing your project truly needs

In our commercial culture, it's easy to buy just about anything—except the things you really need.

Like a decision. (And the confidence to execute on it.)

Grace.

Persistence.

And one hundred other things that are valuable precisely because they can't be bought, can't be outsourced and don't appear precisely when needed.

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