So why does the ostrich disable its best asset, by sticking its head in the sand? When discussing this with a colleague his starting point was a dismissive. "Ostriches do not stick their heads in the sand" he said with a deflating tone. Which in some ways makes the point. A great little parable encouraging one to build on the positive and seek out success affirmation, and yet the thing never sticks its head in the sand.

Updated: Feb 22

 

Those looking for simplicity may I share with you the LePO framework. When scenarios are complicated distill down into leadership activities, core processes and key outcomes.

Updated: Jan 9

 

 

Remote FUEL

 

Eschatology is the end. It relates to when all comes to the end. In Judeo / Christianity theology it relates to the final judgement. Other religious spiritual paradigms have different end scenarios. All are worth consideration, and many provoke thinking in relation to our humanity and the difference we have made. From gravestone inscriptions, to legacy, to our end, this is a productive industry.

 

FUEL the furthest, uttermost, extreme, and last

Anon

 

Eschatology, is extreme, is the last, the uttermost, the furthest, and distinctly remote.

 

Consider the acronym, FUEL, furthest, uttermost, extreme, and last. Remote could be not accommodated. Use this as a tool to provoke your extremoid thinking.