I think about grit as long term commitment to something. I see grit as having joy to the effort being done. It’s not about repetition. It’s about real life experiences, changing pace, structure, complexity and so on. And all that with rhythm. That’s where grace comes in.
I’m sure we need to start with a reason, but we also need options. I like to think I have options. At least two or three. If I have more options, even better. The hard part is taking responsibility for the choice.
Scrum is the problem! Are you sure?
I’m talking about an education revolution that should be in place everywhere. Sigh. We start with lots of curiosity in place. We are capable to ask questions. We want to know all the answers. But soon we start seeing people telling us things are the way they are. People telling WHAT we need to learnContinue a ler “So… we start in bright colors and finish fading away?”
We need to move forward. We need to understand what we need to see. Can’t you see? How can you learn from what’s in front of you?
Does it really matter? What really matters? Sometimes we do what we do because of something that starts invisible.
Structure works somewhat like rules and they are not good if you are thinking about the future. You may need to think about strategy and principles that help you set a foundation. But… you don’t want any sort of structure to damage your thinking process.
You may try to live your life based on rules and expectations. You can build tools, processes, but there’s one thing that will make a real difference. Your humanity.
If the next answer is something like “just read this book“, you may be in trouble.
Prevention is a good word when you are thinking about getting stuff done and execute on things you have figured out already. Just do more about what you are doing. But… it’s no good at all if you are trying to create something new. You will fall at some point. You will have to sayContinue a ler “Safe or sorry?”