When I started climbing, a climbing instructor said to me, ”you must fully visualize your route in advance and feel properly secured to the rock face” At the time, I thought I wouldn’t be able to plan every step ahead and make sure everything is 100% secure. When I started doing it, I found that the two things made sense. Suddenly I found it easy to put things into practice.
Despite all the planning, there is always more than one way to reach the summit, and sometimes the weather just doesn’t play ball. We are all unique and should be allowed to develop the right techniques that best suit our needs.
It gives me great satisfaction to be able to create added value with my approach to mutual learning, experimentation, and sometimes even failing together. This makes the world of work more agile, more courageous, more joyful and more human.
In my next life I will be:
An inventor. I’ve wanted to be one since I was a child.
Do we need that?
No, we can always make something out of it.
And what do we do now?
I don’t really know yet either, but I have an inkling. Let’s get started and see what develops.
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