go where no one else is playing, or no one wants to play.. and change the game.
lack of understanding means you don’t know the constraints.
what holds us back is that which propels us forward.
whenever the tension is greatest and the resources are scarcest we are actually much more open to the fundamental way we do business – clay christensen
1. assess where you are.
3. embrace your constraints.
4. be impatient.
5. start. today.
dare to disrupt yourself today.
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instead of making resolutions, dream
While resolutions are about “shoulds,” dreaming is about hope — and who we may become. Dreaming is at the heart of disruption
According to psychologist Timothy Pychyl (in his article “Teenagers, Identity Crises and Procrastination“) “until we have a vision of who we are and who we want to become, we can’t accomplish much.” Pychyl explains the interconnectedness between identity and agency as follows: “Identity is that knowledge of who we are. Agency is the belief that we are in control of our decisions and responsible for our outcomes. It means we make a difference; we make things happen, we act on the world. Thus, being an active agent depends on identity, or knowing who we are.”
In other words, the more you know who you are, the less likely you are to procrastinate. And the more we dream ourselves into becoming who we want to be, the closer we’ll come to accomplishing our resolutions.
and/or – independent work may be inevitable
perhaps what we are missing – is that once everyone becomes themself.. we don’t have to manage that.
so there goes all types of government as we know it. opening up a world of abundance. not to mention happy people.
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No matter how many doors science could open, …
would I have closed the door on her?
this is so huge. grazie Whitney.
we have no idea the difference even an unintentional raised eyebrow makes in the souls of people/our children.