A tool is only useful if you have the understanding and underlying know-how to use it adequately. Furthermore, you have to have a purpose first, then a strategy/model/plan to achieve your goal, and finally can you then begin to consider the appropriate tools to employ. Then and only then do tools take on a clear meaning, become easier to learn, and stand the chance of delivering results.
A couple of weeks ago I had a great conversation with a friend about finding the clarity to see new opportunities. Thinking back to when I made my decision to leave my corporate career, I really could not have ever imagined the journey that I have been on for the last four years. Although I […]