Thursday, March 29, 2018
[Photo by Radu Marcusu at Unsplash]
I have mentioned in previous posts that I often circle projects.
If you too are a "circler" you know what I mean. We study the matter from various perspectives and look for the best approach and for strong and weak spots. We are driven by a desire to get it right and do not like to take the castle by rushing into the moat.
That is admirable but, left unchecked, it can lead to indecisiveness. Eventually - and usually sooner than we'd like - the decision point arrives. We just do it and although the decision may have been an option that could have been quickly achieved, there are times when the circling is extremely valuable.
There is another benefit. Circling is a great teacher.
Posted by Michael Wade at 6:30 AM