You can’t have everything.
…where would you put it?
By the same token, you can’t do everything either.
If you notice the dates on my posts you might think that this blog is dead (which is why I might just take them off), but you’d only be partially right.
I like to call it, ‘hibernation’.
When an animal is hibernating, they are taking care of themselves, refueling, resting, so when they come out of hibernation they are even better than before, ready to take on the world.
Well, I’m getting ready.
Plus, I’ve been doing stuff over at The Rex Blog lately. Check it out for fun.
Thanks for sticking around.
Things aren’t changing fast enough for you. Your efforts seem to go unnoticed or without any impact. The bureaucracy causes everything to take so much longer to get done or implemented.
Be patient. Just because the change is not occuring according to your paradigm doesn’t mean it isn’t occuring.
Have you ever watched a tree grow? If you sat there and watched it you could get pretty frustrated. But if you do the things that you know are necessary for it to grow, provide good soil, sunlight, and water, and wait patiently, over time, a nice large tree will appear. And while one tree is growing, if you do that same work in multiple places, eventually you’ll have a forest.
The problem is that our paradigm or worldview is different than the corporation. Since it is such a large entity, its perspective of time is much slower. Just like a fly probably thinks we move really slow. Its whole life starts and ends in a few days. You are a fly compared to the corporation.
So don’t get discouraged when things don’t happen at the speed you’d prefer. If you keep up your effort, keep making a difference, and keep fighting the status quo, eventually you’ll begin to notice the leaves on the tree. You’ll have developed a reputation of someone to be sought after, a linchpin. And the corporation will be a little different because of you.
(pesky little fly)