We don't have to grab the spotlight. We don't have to be the wisest, funniest, most popular person in the room.
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We don't have to be a spiritual super-athlete. We don't have to be the envy of our family, friends, co-workers, or the Sunday morning crowd.
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We are free to live a simple life out of the spotlight. We can make family our priority without worrying that we may be missing out on something more important. We can go to the work God has given us to do trusting that, in faith, everything we do is the worship of God.
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We're free as Christians to be ourselves, sinful warts and all. At the end of his life St. Paul said, "I have fought the good fight, I have finished the race, I have kept the faith" 2 Tim. Capturing the spotlight isn't a cause worth fighting for.
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It isn't the kind of battle Paul calls "good. Faith in Christ isn't dependent on other peoples' opinion of us. So, maybe it's time for us Christians to turn our backs to the spotlight. You earn your value by chasing morality and practicing dignity. Shannon L. The way of the consumerist culture is to spend so much energy chasing happiness that it has none left to be happy. Criss Jami.
If you chase perfection, you often catch excellence. William Fowble. Chase excellence, success will follow. Rajkumar Hirani. Chase away sorrow by living. Melissa Marr.
Go out and chase your dreams no matter how crazy it looks. Shanice Williams.
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Don't chase people. Be yourself, do your own thing and work hard. Will Smith. Chase your passion, not your pension. Denis Waitley.
Mandy Hale. You will never find time for anything.
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You must make it. Charles Buxton. If you chase something too desperately, it eludes you. Steve Coogan. Previously, manufacturers of discrete products, from cars to airplanes to industrial equipment, had to acquire lots of disparate software applications with lots of individual licenses. But now, product innovation platforms offer the ability to conceive, design, engineer, optimize, manufacture, sell, and connect to a product in the field—all around the same set of common data. That cycle starts with design, which is much more involved than it used to be.
The problem is, those needs now require higher levels of complexity and personalization. Take, for example, a company called Shoes of Prey , which lets you fully design a bespoke pair of shoes—an excellent model for personalized mass customization. But in addition to personalization, consumers are demanding increased complexity.
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Designing these products requires expanded teams across disparate disciplines, from industrial design to electrical engineering to software development. Integrating those collaborations over geographic distances is a problem that a product innovation platform can help solve by connecting teams to a single shared source of information.
Having this complete digital product definition allows design teams to build and optimize in a cloud-based environment. Even better, customers can also participate in the design process by tapping into that single source of information and configuring the product to more precisely match their requirements.