Tuesday, July 22, 2003


Last week I was a bit depressed having been exposed to a broad spectrum of problems that I would have to tackle in order to be successful in my new role. However, I then realized that true leadership is the ability to see through the problems to the solutions, and live as if you've already solved them as you tackle them one by one. That perspective shift was a really useful one for me.

Refreshed and hopeful, I started out to redefine what I had already done, a couple days later, and now I've come up with a reasonably clear, concrete framework for my team, and a ranked list of projects that we'll start to tackle.

Ah much better.

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