When something needs fixed, flexible often trumps forever

In most cases, the best solutions are temporary ones that can be changed when situations call for it, writes Peter Bregman. "For something to be a great success, it doesn't have to last forever," he says, noting that the key is recognizing that no one solution will solve all problems.

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