10 thoughts on dealing with complexity
Consumed => “Ten Principles to Live by in Fiercely Complex Times” by Tony Schwartz on HBR.
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I greatly appreciate #2 as well as #1. Thanks Tony.
Given the introduction, I’d like to add a #11. It would be somewhat along the lines of: “Establish a spiritually, ethically and intellectually sound framework for making decisions and stick to it.” Often it seems that many struggle with “the demands [that] come at you from every angle” because they lack a center, a compass. Too many decision are made on the fly without context and consistency. I suggested framework in order to imply some sense of flexibility and slow purposeful evolving. Structured but not without change.
It’s a great list. I even printed it. I just felt it might help to sit your 10 cornerstones on a bit of a foundation.