Here’s the answer to that old cliché’: “If it’s so easy why doesn’t everyone do it?”
The answers more often than not are usually straight forward, simplistic, and staring everyone squarely in the face with clarity. What stops most from actually “doing it” is either the fear of failure, or the fear of commitment to the change. This is what stops the process or the actual implementation to fix, rectify, ameliorate, __________ (fill in the blank).
It’s far easier to appear “committed” or “engaged” in meetings and more with jaw boning and semantics than it is to do the only thing that moves progress forward: The commitment to actually do it.
© 2014 Mark St.Cyr