We have to pay attention. Sometimes, progress is easy to miss.
Sometimes, progress is a few words, added at the end of a statement. It’s an afterthought, barely audible.
Today in class, I heard progress.
The professor asked, “Let’s say the hospital decides to hire another surgeon. What are some of the downside risks they should consider?”
My classmate, Rick answered.
“They use a proprietary surgical method. If they hire another surgeon, he won’t be trained on the new method. He won’t have all the experience that the other surgeons have. So the hospital won’t be as profitable with him.
Him or her.”