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Doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results is the definition of insanity, right? But what if we did the same thing time after time and expected to get the same results?
For example, say we threw the best conference there ever was in 1980. If we repeated the exact same conference in 2016, would we get the same results? Of course not, because a lot has changed since then. While expecting different results from doing the same thing may be insanity, doing the same thing over time and expecting the same results is called “getting stuck.”

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