In a competitive market, compromise - that is, accepting half a loaf - is often essential for survival. But compromise of a basic belief, such as truth or seeking to do what is right, does not result in half a loaf. It ends up being half a baby.... Half a baby is no baby at all. Half a belief is no belief at all. By: Bill Pollard Source: The Soul of The Firm, Harper Business / Zondervan, 1996, pg. 134

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