"Always Know the Rules You Are Asking Others to Break"
When faced with a challenge or opportunity, success will come to those who visualize the possibilities. At IRC, we know we cannot improve on a situation without understanding the existing conditions and history which impact it. The old saying that "rules are made to be broken" may sometimes be true, but only if we understand why the rules exist, and accept responsibility for the consequences of not following them. It is advisable to remain flexible in our approach to client problems and to keep an open mind for flaws, whether in the status quo or in a new way of thinking. If change is required, we take responsibility for making change occur; implement it quickly, and make only those changes we are willing to see through to the end, no matter what barriers and resistance intervene.