“The real voyage of discovery consists not in seeking new lands but seeing with new eyes.”
Or perhaps new lands with old eyes……..
It seems that the more pressure we find ourselves under, the further away we look for answers.
Our capabilities to create new things is unparalleled. Our reasons for creating them less so.
When working with clients I am often amazed that they discount what is behind them, even though in most cases, the power, the joy and the energy for the business they are struggling with lies there.
What did you want to be when you were a five year old? (before you were told that it was not practical)
What did you imagine when you started this business? (or what did your parent imagine)
When it comes to leadership, strategy, philosophy and other “soft” skills (management is a hard skill, and less than a hundred years old) those who went before, from Ancient Philosophers, to Warriors, to Explorers, have much to teach us. they were there before us, wondering largely what we wonder now, but with fewer choices to consider.
It’s not our science, or technology that will determine our future. It’s our imaginations.