I read a great quote today from Hugh MacLeod:
People don’t resist change. They resist being changed.
So let’s go back to the beginning and watch our kids grow up. Think how much they learn and how much they change – seemingly in front of our very eyes.
We – parents, family, teachers – are not changing them, they are changing themselves, driven by a innate curious to understand and orient and reorient, no stone left unturned.
As adults, in the workplace, we are are bombarded by change – often through diktat. Impacted by globalization, corporate demand, strategy pivots, the whims of head office, we stand blinking, blankly, mouths agape.
How would our kids respond? Probably by being ahead of the change. Be curious yo!
Lots more on curiosity here.
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