The answer is "To bake a cake you must break a few eggs.". This means that when you are doing something special, perhaps at work, you shouldn't worry if some people are upset. If you make them angry or hurt their feelings, it's like "breaking eggs" when baking a cake - a necessary step. This is an especially important lesson for leaders. They can't make everyone happy, but still have to get things done.
1. Have you ever had to make a difficult decision? What did you do?
2. Can you remember ever being upset at someone else's decision?
3. What can we do after we've made someone upset by our decision?
"The shortest sentence in English is I am. The longest sentence is I do!"