February 13



“At a point in history when we most need clarity,
it appears to be in shorter and shorter supply…”

And so we try to compensate, as individuals and as organizations. We experiment with new techniques and methods. They seem to work and we think we’re back in control. But then we somehow lose the momentum and soon we are back at square one.

How can we get to sustained clarity? Watch out for my upcoming book Moment of Truth.



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