Mnr AM de Lange wrote:
> Debbie Broome wrote
> > At says:
> > "When I go in the wild, I open myself to everything... Thus I have to
> > move slowly and with great concentration."
> > This struck me given some of the challenges I am facing as a change agent.
> > Whether intentional or not, this post reminded me to move slowly when
> > attempting change in an organization. I forget, I am so excited about
> > what I think learning can do for all of us, and those that are opposed to
> > change and openness and accountability will become very agressive when
> > trapped.
> Dear Debbie and other organlearners,
> You are very perceptive. But remember, it applies to the hunting of
> succulents - openhearts. If you want to hunt big moving game, you must
> move faster and with greater deception like a lioness on the kill. She
> covers 100 meters, crawling on her belly, in grass which barely hids her
> back, in less than 4 minutes. (To see it will give anyone the shakes like
> I had. I was glad that I was not the prey.) She seldom misses her target
> because she has to provide for the family.
Does this mean that business is simply an extension of the old
hunter-gatherer model that most modern souls try to blame on someone else
while justifying mauling them?
Ray Evans Harrell artistic director
Magic Circle Chamber Opera of New York
ray evans harrell <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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