I'm a fan of Chaos Theory. According to the chaotic Wikipedia:
Chaos theory is the field of study in mathematics that studies the behavior and condition of dynamical systems that are highly sensitive to initial conditions—a response popularly referred to as the butterfly effect. Small differences in initial conditions (such as those due to rounding errors in numerical computation) yield widely diverging outcomes for such dynamical systems, rendering long-term prediction impossible in general.
Having operated a small business of some kind for nearly half my life, I've gotten used to a fair amount of chaos and its principles
. Everyone at Keystone is married, and most of us have children. Anyone reading this who resembles that demographic understands that a day can start one way and end another - a broken arm, an upset stomach, a fender bender - sending your entire day into a tailspin.
Even inside the business, part of our job is to deal with the unforeseen emergencies of crashed servers, infected computers, and printers that just don't work. So we get it. Things don't always go according to plan. At Keystone, we're prepared to do our part for our fellow Keystoners and our clients
Share the Load
We are loyal to our Keystone family; flexible and ready to help each other. We are ready, willing, and able to do our part to make our shared mission a reality. We treat each other as we would like to be treated.
So when the load is still there to be carried, and we're missing someone for whatever reason, we'll be there to carry on with the mission and Share the Load.