A true measure of progress can only be taken from the outside, and at a distance from which you can take in the entire structure.
Sometimes we lose pace with our skills and need to rebuild. Here’s why that can be a good thing.
Sometimes the most important progress is found in what you’re not doing or what’s not happening. How do you measure something that’s not there?
Resistance is inevitable in any period of change or growth. What’s really going on and how do we extract from it’s grip?
Progress is the holy grail of any endeavor. We seek to chart it, measure it, and chase it around every corner. The problem is that we don’t know what it looks like.
It seems that almost everyone is in a hurry to get to the next place. The future. There’s just one problem: we can’t catch it.
Numbers don’t matter as much as you think they do. At best they are only part of the story.