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    Applying rules of engagement to real-life scenarios

    From military to clinic, lessons learned can provide valuable experience for future directives

     

    After writing down the first seven of my rules, I realized there were more. The good thing about rules is they act as invaluable guidelines for the future, as they are lessons learned from experience.

    Use the past as a strong base for future plans. Just make sure to remember another rule:

    Rule 36. Rules are always made to be broken as long as you have a better one to take its place.

     

    Dianna E. Graves, COMT, BS Ed

    E: [email protected]

    Graves is clinical services manager at St. Paul Eye Clinic PA, in Woodbury, MN. Graves is a graduate of the School of Ophthalmic Medical Technology, St. Paul, MN, and has been a member of its teaching faculty since 1983.

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