Outside temperatures are moderating, and signs of spring are popping up. All equate to a better frame of mind and a spring in the step. Here are a few lessons I learned this week.
“The cost of perfection is inaction.” Seth Godin
To bring about a profound change in an organization, you have to impact its hardened patterns.
The decisions we made three or four years ago are the basis of our current situation. Make better decisions.
If you want to be good at anything, you must first be willing to suck at it.
Educating someone has more to do with “drawing out than a putting in.” Right Ho, Jeeves. by P.G. Wodehouse