In the old days, meat came from a butcher. Bread came from a bakery.
Vegetables? They came from the green grocer.
When you went in, they didn’t have plastic wrapped food. You had to pick out and weigh your veggies yourself.
On one side of the scale I would place simple, one pound weight.
On the other, went the carrots.
The first carrot? Nothing typically would happen.
The second? Still nothing.
What to do?
Keep stacking carrots.
9, 10, 11, 12 carrots.
Finally, I put the thirteenth carrot on the scale and everything would start moving.
With the thirteenth carrot, everything stated to change.
Did that final carrot weigh a pound?
What changes are you making?
How many carrots in are you so far?
How are things moving?
Or are you still stacking carrots?
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