A False Sense of urgency?

With the steady bombardment of info coming at us 24/7, it is not surprising that folks have difficulty prioritizing. It is easy to get lost in the sea of input and forget why you are in that sea.,

And so, we need better tools to build and maintain our priorities. For ourselves and for the institutions that we are connected with. John Kotter helps with his book “A Sense of Urgency”. Fred recommends it.

But I think we need to go further. With Trump soon to be in office, we might start asking ourselves, what are our national and global priorities? What kind of world are we building for our kids?

I have written before that the conservative idea that markets take care of themselves has duped some into thinking that they don’t need to worry about anything other than getting ahead for themselves. Guess what. The world doesn’t function that way. The future won’t build itself. We need you to help.


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