Category Archives for "Leaning to Action"

Do you need a fall-back to move forward?

I was talking with a client last week who has a difficult relationship with a significant customer. What the customer is demanding my client to do would make him feel professionally compromised. He knows it is an inferior requirement. By a mile. We explored what would happen if he had a Plan B, a fall-back if he […]

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Call to Failure

Failure is not an option. No, it’s inevitable. The issues is, first, will I accept that reality? Then can I act so that when I do fail, it is cheap and useful? When I do fail I do not do something worse: take failure as my identity. No, I am not a failure, but I do fail. […]

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