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    #1

    Employees look forward at the future

    "Employees look forward at the future from the standpoint of present but leaders look back at the present from the standpoint of future they are constantly trying to reach. "

    Is this sentence acceptable to the eyes of native?
    If not, would you help me make it better?

    Thanks

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    Re: Employees look forward at the future

    How about

    "Employees look to the future from the standpoint of the present but leaders look at the present from the standpoint of a future they are constantly trying to reach."

    Rover

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