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The Single Biggest Mistake that orgs, communities, and politicians make, is in treating the truly complex AS IF it were obvious or technical.
The subtle differences in context and culture inevitably overcome the intentions of the presumed strategy.
Today I am here thinking about time and achievement, my thinking process started with a crazy question of whether we really have TIME. What is Time? Have you ever thought about it? Have you ever asked yourself this question?
Good news – after six months, the three clots (visitors from inner space) would be gone and, voila, I could resume my regular activities. But I had to cancel my annual cross-country skiing trip to Maine. Not happy. After a few weeks into the PE regime, guess who was grumpy, restless, anxious and getting more impatient?
"Attitude is the product of our minds and the sum of our actions." ~ Ovie Israel
How F.A.R. will your change leadership take you? Are you...Flexible? Adaptable? Resilient?
Lisa Braun, Executive Director, Ohio City Power and Tom O'Brien, Program Director, Neighborhood Connections at The Cleveland Foundation, talk about how relationship building programs accelerate community capacity for transformational change.
Change is a mysterious constant in our lives and it's happening all over, right now. Change is both situational and continual: the new year, the new relationship, the new job, the new friends.
I was recently culling files and journals and noticed I had record of several successful programs and others that didn’t get off the ground. There was a commonality among the programs in the “didn’t get off ground” group and that thread ran through some of the “up and running” group.
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