Change makers understand trade offs. Any form of change requires patience. Perhaps patience is the joy giver, not the joy killer.
From the Blog on leadership
Being present, fully, is hard in our world today. FOMO is real for many of us. Opportunities abound, but we are finite.
Today is a ‘let down’ day in our household. The children did not want to go to bed, they did not want Christmas to end.
Sometimes it is helpful to be precise. Precision matters when flying an airplane in formation which others. Others times it doesn’t matter.
If your experience is anything like mine, at no point along life’s journey were you taught when or how to quit.
Crop rotation, in your veg garden or in a farmer’s field, is often beneficial. Can humans benefit from the same process?
When you hire someone on a consultant contract, do you treat them different to hiring someone on an employee contract? If so, why?
I can be efficient at raising pigs and making coffee, but if you drink tea and don’t eat pork, my efficiency is meaningless to you.
Ratios regarding cost per beneifciary, a supposed management tool, at times it can feel like we are putting a financial value on a life.