Recognising Project Warning Signs
We see warning signs every day, such as “Wet paint” or “Road Ends in Water.” Such signs are common reminders to be careful. The earlier we heed their advice, the better off we’ll be because time is a resource when it comes to dealing with warning signs. For example, when asked to identify the telltale signs of heart trouble, most people will list numbness in the left arm or pains in the chest. Although these are some classic symptoms of heart trouble, once they occur it is often too late. People need to look at early warning signs, such as high blood pressure or higher cholesterol levels. These early warning signs provide us with the gift of time to change our behaviour to affect our future.
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