What are your explicit and implicit values and how can you live them on a daily basis?
What important lessons have we forgotten, misplaced, or turned away from over time?
How might these practices and beliefs be (re)applied for the benefit of modern life?
This is my story. I talk about being diagnosed with cancer, the power of post-traumatic growth, and the practices that helped me to become a better person.
In the final part of this series on solving messy problems, we talk about creating integrated solutions, executing in earnest, and how to learn and adapt.
In Part II of this series on solving messy problems, we talk about how to properly articulate a challenge, building the case for change, defining success, and determining the root causes of the problem.
Sooner or later, we’re going to have to start fixing things. A lot of things. And herein lies the problem: Most of us aren’t that good at translating our desire for change into real world impact.