Moving Forward

It’s incredible how much baggage one accumulates in life. In the end, you can’t take it with you. I have tried that many times. To Florida, to Wisconsin, to North Carolina. It’s the same with non-tangible things as well as physical objects. The key is to identify what needs to be discarded and move on.
You can do it over time or at a single time. I think it’s more efficient to do it in increments over time. For example, in motivating or training a team, the feedback on what is effective allows tweaking of the message. Continual quality improvement of oneself and ones teaching, I think, will allow consistent movement towards a defined goal. Reading, listening and meditation are keys to personal growth.
The alternative is to make a complete break with an intolerable point in time and change (move) something.
I’m for the quality improvement on a daily basis.