Slow down and perform

It’s a time of the year when many people tend to slow down. This creates a cascading effect. We prefer not to start things that we will then have to leave hanging over the festive season. The result is that we delay decisions, postpone work and shelf opportunities. Slowing down is valuable. It offers time […]

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Shifting Weight

Every stride we take involves the shifting of weight from the foot that gained new ground to the foot being propelled forward for the next step. The implication is that we have to let go of the previous foothold in order to move forward. Every step we take is a process of dying to the […]

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Bailouts

This bone of contention has been picked clean many a time. Fundamentally though, we must clarify two critical axes. Is it necessary? Can it make enough money to fund itself perpetually?

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Sharp Axes

It’s the best tool for the job. We save energy and increase output. It was designed this way. It doesn’t stay this way. Over time and with use, the edge blunts. Every swing requires more energy and produces less progress. Business is the same way. We design our business in the beginning. We create value […]

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Stockpiling

Energy is not created or destroyed. It is merely transformed. If we follow this principle, we use resources as inputs to transform effort and intelligence into a different type of energy and the cycle continues. Essentially, our entire economy runs on the premise of payment for the transformation of energy. This is only essential since […]

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