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Double-edged sword

Highline Trail
Glacier National Park (GNP). From Highline Trail near Haystack Butte, looking towards Lake McDonald Valley. Remnant smoke from the 2017 Sprague fire.

One change leaves the way open for the introduction of others.

Niccolo Machiavelli

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One love?

Glacier National Park entrance sign
Glacier National Parl (GNP). This is a bright and sunny morning. Never gets old. St Mary (Eastern entrance).

It takes a revolution to make a solution.

Bob Marley

Bob Marley’s One Love song.

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Be your own boss

buzz lightyear at St Mary Lake
Glacier National Park (GNP).

Don’t quit your day job.

dad (and countless others)

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Catalytic thinking

Glacier National Park
Glacier National Park (GNP).

Dictionary defines catalyst…

Any reaction brought about by a separate agent. Enabling something to proceed under milder conditions than otherwise possible. Provoke a significant change.

dictionary

Provoke significant change.

Provoke and produce are interchangeable.

My job as a speaker is to rattle the cage of everyone in the audience. If they walk out thinking the same way they did when they came in, we didn’t need to have the meeting.

dad

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Can’t stop the feeling

jeff noel and Pluto
California trippin’, in a good way.

Can’t stop the feeling.

What feeling?

The one that is trippin’ me out.

In a good way.

That personal, extended, individualized leadership retreat that Covid-19 is offering.

The types of innovation from Clay Christenen, 1997:

  1. Sustain – getting better
  2. Efficiency – do more with less
  3. Creation – new stuff

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