If we burn something in our kitchen, we’ll see smoke, smell the burnt food, and hear the fire alarm. There’s an early-warning system in place, so the problem doesn’t become larger.
The same goes for carbon dioxide. It’s odorless and colorless. Since we can’t see or smell it, we put carbon dioxide detectors as a warning system.
For the meaningful work that we do, what early warning systems do you have in place to make sure a problem doesn’t balloon into a disaster?
What might you do today to create one if you don't have one?
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