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Principle 10 (11): Use Edges & value the Marginal

The place where two systems meet is where the most interesting things happen. Think about the shore of a lake, where the water and land worlds meet. It’s full of life, from reeds to amphibians, to a million other creatures in the between. The same is true for the border of two countries, for example. People may speak two or more languages and their cultures will be interacting and blending with each other. There’s a lot more going on than in the very interior of the country. Look for those places and value them. See what you can learn for them. Valuing the marginal means thinking outside the box. Instead of going with the same old thing, try something new.


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