What / Which is the most important to fulfil? ......A Ton of Demand or an Ounce of Need?
I don't respond well to demands. So whether a ton of demands or an ounce, I will likely fight it. An ounce of need would get my attention.
I'd say an ounce of need since the demand may be illogical. 'Need' is always necessary to avoid any dire consequences or to succeed in a task.
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