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Not My Hill To Die On

You can ask anyone in my office — I utter the phrase, “That’s not my hill to die on,” multiple times a day. It helps me put things in perspective. I ask myself: Is this worth my time, my energy, or my resources? Is this worth discourse? Is this worth challenging? Is this worth adding my voice and perspective to? If the answer is no, then my response is simple — “That’s not my hill to die on.”

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