Change is scary. I’ve certainly avoided it many times in my life. But it’s often for the better.
I once read a book (Creating Magic, I believe) by a former Disney executive who said that most leaders fail because they are afraid of change. They’re terrified of making the wrong decision, so they linger, making no decision at all. Eventually, they fall behind and fade away. Disney, on the other hand, has a different policy. They start with a simple question: “Is this decision reversible?” In other words, if it doesn’t work out, can we go back? If the answer is yes, then they go for it. You risk some disruption and annoyance, but the reward … oh, the reward!
That’s not a bad policy to follow. In business or life.
As we are revamping our website (Empty Stone Ministry) and our blogs, it’s become necessary to just start over in some areas. We’ll be dismantling our old blog site and building new, personal sites to give these writings a more personal flavor and less formal style.
Thanks for stopping by. I hope you find what you’re looking for, my friends.