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 Time-horizons
The Time Horizon Challenge
The time horizon for systems change is often long. However, in our culture long time horizons are often seen as unacceptable.
Time is relative. People overestimate what they can do in a year and underestimate what they can do in a decade.
Condensing and Elongating Time
Sometimes it’s beneficial to condense time on projects. Sometimes we need to elongate time. Change makers know when to do which.
What’s your Future Quotient?
First it was IQ, then EQ, Eco-Q, DQ, and now FQ. If that sentence was greek to you, well IQ is to measure your intellectual ability, (it should be noted its only one form of intelligence with a massive bias to maths and sciences, for more see here), EQ is thanks to...