A Successful Perspective

 I was flipping channels and fought a few minutes of a mountain bike race. The camera angle was looking straight up the course. The course was coverer in small boulders, it looked impassible.

Suddenly a rider came shooting out of the woods around a sharp bend and into sight. As he approached the boulder strewn rock cut I was sure that a wreck was imminent, but rather than attack it head-on, he traversed it at an angle and made it down without slowing.

The view from the side was much different than that of the television viewer. Where we saw obstacles, the rider saw a clear path.

How many times do you or your team see the obstacles instead of the destination?


About Wayne McKinnon

Wayne McKinnon works with organizations to change their course of evolutions from extinct to distinct
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