“If there was only the ‘right’ way to do something, Fosbury would never have flopped.”
—John Whitmore, 20th Century South African Surfer
When was the last time you asked for directions?
When was the last time you asked more than one person for directions to the same destination?
With today’s technology, we check Google maps, Waze, or other tech tools to see what is recommended. What is the fastest route? The most scenic? Which has the fewest tolls?
What is the best, or in the case of today’s quote, the “right” way to go?
Where do right and wrong apply in your personal and professional communities? Where do you find yourself on the same page, or on the other side of decisions, resulting in friction or upset?
How and in what ways can and will you be far more open and accepting of other’s right to be right?