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Professional Guilt and the Current Clean Air Act

November 18, 2013

Professional Guilt and the Clean Air ActAnyone feel guilty for taking people’s money to do a bunch of this unnecessarily complicated and procedurally laden work under the current Clean Air Act?

I’ve made hundreds of thousands of dollars for example just performing common control analyses and netting exercises.  I’m happy to help  clients with these issues—but part of me feels guilty for taking people’s money to perform what I know has become unnecessarily complicated—and then turning around and trying to convince my conscience . . . “Well . . . that’s just the way the system works”.

Hair cutting seems to be an honest profession.  You give someone a haircut—100% of what you earned was necessary to perform.

I’m not sure if I’m at 25%.

Three responses.  One is to keep taking people’s money and keep your mouth shut.  Second is to remain in the system but open your mouth.  Third is to become a hair stylist.

The world is changing.  We must change with it.  Time to transform the SIP process.  We can make it happen.

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