Apologies

No-one likes it. We prefer to avoid all situations where apologies are required. It either means we were wronged, or we wronged someone. Most of all, we hope to never have to give one. It forces us to acknowledge a mistake or an error. We have to admit we came up short. It’s not a […]

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Plans in Motion

It requires less energy to change the direction of an object in motion than it does to put it into motion, to begin with. Sometimes we get so caught up in coming up with the perfect plan, idea, product or business that we never start. We delay just in case we don’t get it right. […]

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Same things = same results

As the saying goes. Expecting something different is insanity, Einstein apparently said. This is true when causes and effects are clearly linked. The longer we stretch timelines, the harder it is to pinpoint cause and effect relationships. So many other variables contaminate the experiment. Another critical flaw is that some ‘things’ are like battering rams. […]

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Consumer and Producer

Most of us are both. In some areas, we use and utilise, often even in the process of our own production. In other areas, we are the creators. We design, build, offer and serve. These two functions are mutually dependent on a macro scale and form the root of our economic system. Within this system, […]

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Involved or committed

The fundamental difference is not one of capacity or skill. It’s one of intention. When we want to be involved, we join for the experience and the benefits. We pursue the convenience and the added value. By the same measure, involvement fizzles out when the cost rises. When the trade-off becomes too steep or the […]

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