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I am hopeful for our planet. I believe we have the capacity for unity and great goodness.
I am disturbed by the animosity, anxiety, and polarization surrounding the 2012 elections here in the United States.
This election is not about a cause that people care deeply about. It’s not . . . → Read More: No More Finger Pointing – It’s Time to Rise Above the Negativity and Reconnect
If your vision is only about yourself, you are too narrowly focused.
If you take only from your environment and contribute nothing in return, you are harming that which supports you. In fact, that’s the definition of a parasite. And ultimately you are harming yourself.
Your vision needs to include the larger context in . . . → Read More: If Your Vision Is Only About Yourself, You Are Too Narrowly Focused
Dan does not remember the accident, although he was later told they found his truck down a steep ravine wrapped around a tree.
He has a fuzzy recollection of the ride in the helicopter. But he does not remember the EMT folks who saved his life at the scene by inserting a tube into . . . → Read More: A Transformative Opportunity
If you want to create a vision that engages the hearts and spirits of everyone in your organization, remember what’s important is not only “what it says” but also how it’s created.
In 1994, Connecticut became the first state to open telecommunications to the competition. The local telephone company, Southern New England Telephone (SNET), was . . . → Read More: Vision: How It’s Created Is as Important as What It Says