I drive 72 in a 65 and 77 in a 70. Many folks drive 5-10 miles an hour under the speed limit. On our drive back from Florida, I noticed most of these folks are older (60s & 70s). I do not believe these people cannot see or feel uncomfortable behind the wheel. They just seem to be living at a slower pace, never in a rush. Do they know something I don’t? Or will I be 75 years old driving 77 in a 70?
Being at the beach today, it brings up this favorite quote of mine:
If you want to build a ship, don’t drum up people together to collect wood and don’t assign them tasks and work, but rather teach them to long for the endless immensity of the sea.
What a joy to catch up with old friends. We will never have another chance to form friendships during our youth. It’s valuable to have friends who remember who we were and where we come from.
The ONLY reason leadership exists is because something HAS to be done.
If you can answer this question with a “no,” chances are the activity will help you grow.
The details are important. Too much focus on the details can kill vision. Where there’s rigor, mortis follows.
We impact those we invest in. Think of the impact we have on those people, on those peoples children, and on and on (like a bracket or tree). A perfect bracket will never happen, but investing time in others will yield many wins.