Some people want to put us into a category.
Some people only feel good when they know where they fit.
Are you an optimist?
Really, there’s only one right answer. You have to be an optimist.
Otherwise you’re a drag. No fun to be around. Dr. Death.
And a new term, you’re from the “Doomsphere.”
In the past, we were taught to note our worldview by looking at a glass of water.
Is the glass half empty? Is it half full?
Your answer defines your identity: Gloom and doom or hopeful and great to hang out with.
What a nonsensical question this is. Is the glass half full or half empty?
The right question for Warriors is:
Who needs the water and how can we get it to them?
What is the work that needs doing and how can I contribute to making it
No labels. Just seeing clearly what needs to be done and stepping up to do it.
Margaret Wheatley ©2019
“We’ve seen two years’ worth of digital transformation in two months.
From remote teamwork and learning, to sales and customer service, to critical cloud infrastructure and security—we are working alongside customers every day to help them adapt and stay open for business in a world of remote everything.”
Sathya Nadella – CEO , Microsoft, April 2020
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( contributed by Prem)
………I never really stopped to consider how I did what I did, I just got on with it. But, once I began to consciously reflect on it I fell in a heap and couldn’t really figure out how I’d done it. Or perhaps more importantly – I didn’t know why. And, I certainly didn’t know what I was going to do next.
I came to recognise this place of limbo as the ‘Neutral Zone’ – or the second phase described by Bridges………….
In between the letting go and the taking hold again, there is a chaotic but potentially creative “neutral zone” when things aren’t the old way, but aren’t really a new way yet either. This three-phase process-ending, neutral zone, beginning again-is transition. Transition is the way that we all come to terms with change.”
– William Bridges
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