I have been described as a bit of an iconoclast, someone who looks at a sacred cow, a traditional way of doing thinks and like to “blow it up” for a new way or method.
And that sometimes can just be pretty damn annoying. I get that.
Folks don’t usually come to workshops to hear a new philosophy. Some, with very busy, important lives, just want the next thing to do, thank you very much, and to get on their way.
What I have learned in my advancing years is that you have got to not only provide a direction but to enunciate the practical on ramp towards that direction. It is not enough to get folks a’thinking. They need to be a’doing as well to grow into the new direction.
Don’t be the pointy haired boss who claims to be visionary but cheaply delegates away the hard work of implementation.
h/t John Rinaldo.