One of the biggest challenges in change is perception. Our perceived identity impacts what we do and achieve.
From the Blog on Identity
Being in one place means you are not in others. Sounds ridiculously obvious and yet we often behave in a way that tries to deny its reality.
What type of expert are you? And what type of expert do you seek out to work with? A guide? Teacher? or Bad Salesperson?
Our kids like scavenger hunts. The cards are ‘centrally’ controlled while where the child finds the ‘treasure’ is mostly up to them.
What would happen if we implemented good practice from other areas? What if those doing registration were not implementing?
How can we remember those we interact with today, have more than we realise going on beyond what they show us?
It is easy to put someone we admire on a pedastel turning them into gods, while reminding ourselves we are human and full of flaws.
The biggest requests I hear for sharing personal data are deduplication, referrals, and connections with financial service providers (FSPs).
In all our lives, there are decisions we don’t get to make and things we are told to do. Kindness is always within our control.