Action. Thinking is good, but action is better. I’ve been called a “thinker”. While they meant well that monicker also reveals one of my shortcomings. I often get stuck thinking about the actions I could take. But see when that happens, what gets done? NOTHING. So … just start taking action. Those may be little […]
We are using Six Sigma for internal process improvement while at the same time I’m reading The Power of Pull. I found myself wondering if we these two theories can co-exist. Six Sigma is deeply rooted in process improvement; finding cost savings through innovation and iterative improvements. Sounds great in theory and has substantial research […]
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Where do you turn for strength, wisdom, and understanding when times get tough or … confusing? For me I turn to God through the book of Colossians. Today is one of those days. I could go on by describing the oddities that have happened in the past 24 hours. I could explain the source of […]
Exploring the Red Rock Canyon Open Space in Colorado Springs.
After a hectic week hunting for a home in Colorado Springs and my first two days at work with Compassion International I finally had time to go explore. My realtor, Brian Boals, suggested that hiking the Cheyenne Canyon is a great place to start. I walked into the Starsmore Visitor center and asked, “Where should […]
I woke up this morning with Psalm 37 on my mind. Although I do try to memorize scripture and have seen the benefits of it, this section of scripture wasn’t part of my conscious memory. Yesterday was a whirlwind of activity causing both good and bad emotions. It was great to start the day this […]