It is easy to get caught in the moment or moments, excited, working fast, and later to realise you don’t like where you arrived.
From the Blog on change
This morning the dog was elsewhere, so I didn’t need to walk him. I still woke at the same time, and yet, I didn’t walk.
In times of chaos or change, we need anchors. Being calm doesn’t mean being without questions. It remembers another day will come.
One of the reasons for billboards is to remind us that the company exists so that when we make a purchase we think of them.
At ‘The Grand Bargain’, two of the committments agreed were for ‘more cash programming’ and ‘greater localisation’. What’s the impact?
When our speed expectations are mismatched with the relative of the organisation we are a part of, our anger increases rapidly.
I’m finding more and more than I need to make different requests. I don’t have a specific ask other than ‘Please journey with me’.
Handshakes and anxiety helps us understand why coordination and consortiums are very difficult to make function well.
Change can feel magical at times. It can feel like it should happen with a snap of our fingers. Just like a before and after photo of a house.