REDO (Read time 0:27)
Back in the day, when we were faced with a publishing challenge, I would meet with my team and we would just keep uncovering and revealing the facts in the matter. Once we arrived at the truth (the real hard to face truth), we began the arduous task of “reworking” the plan. Boy, at that moment you could really feel the resistance in the room.
|Posted By Rachel|
| The fine line before the Pendulum swing |
Being creative is an honour and so is being sensitive to timing with my projects. Sometimes they come into their own with patience, but being creative means I don't want to put all my eggs in one basket. Not to be lazy with my gifts and to keep moving.. the ship.. is much easier to sail, free on the waters. Thank you Michael:-)
|Posted By FreddieBrown|
| REdo until it is done |
Another timely reminder that to be still is to not move forward. All Redo's start with an idea. Even if no one moved your cheese, sometimes you know when you've been there and done that cheese and its time to see what the far horizon can offer up. Scary as hell but building a better mouse trap or at least trying - beats staying still. Thanks Michael - you've peered into the crystal ball once again.
|Posted By Steve Pidcock|
| Redo |
I used to work at a power company that relied on water resources. Our job was to keep the water moving. Beavers would occasionally dam the process requiring us to remove the obstructions, manually. I was amazed at the construction. Removing it one week meant that all is good with the system, If the trapping and relocating process took too long the rebuilt dam was much tougher to remove by hand. The beavers would build it stronger, tougher, higher, with bigger logs and more mud. Something is not holding water like it used to... gotta make some changes. Thanks Michael.
|Posted By walt|
| I am so there |
I am so there. Something important to me is not working and I will change it. There is a lot to be said for persistence, but evolution teaches us that sometimes we need to adapt to survive. I want to molt. I know something bolder, more defiant, more honest, more electrifying lies within.
|Posted By Mitch|
| Redo |
Yes but what if you have years invested in an artist or a project and starting over is not an option?
|Posted By Michelle Wynn|
| Redo |
The voice in my head keeps whining: ďbut I donít want to start over!Ē
|Posted By Jeff Blume|
| REDO |
Michael, Iím reading this blog at our staff meeting this morning. I doubt that anyone in the company will want to start over. But I do, and I'm the owner.