“In absence of clearly defined goals, we become strangely loyal to performing daily acts of trivia.”— Mary Kay Ash
I was running in a city I had not been in before. There was a complex maze of neighborhood streets. However, I found that no matter how many turns I took, I wasn’t disoriented. I could quickly get my bearings, thanks to a singular tree.
The tree stood behind the house I stayed at. It towered well above all the others, and it served as a useful guide throughout my stay.
I have one question for you to consider this week.
Does the key improvement your team is working on stand out above the day-to-day noise?
When goals stand above the forest of everyday tasks, it is very unlikely that anyone will get lost. In fact, it is much more likely they will get where they are going.
Yours in the calm pursuit of excellence,Alan Willett