Red flags. Easton vs. Strassburger taught us about those. But then so did that bad relationship. Or two. Or four. I recently saw the red flags BEFORE I went to work for a certain team and chose a much better team instead. Red flags are there for us to notice. And it behooves us when we do take note.
And unfortunately, I am sure I will miss a red flag or two in the near future. Seems that it’s all a part of learning.