It’s 7 a.m. Do You Know Where Your Head Is?

“We will go to the moon. We will go to the moon and do other things, not because they are easy but because they are hard.”
-John F. Kennedy, Jr.

 

This time of year it is easy to wake up in a fog, literally and figuratively.  As the end of a grueling 2011 skids toward us, the simple path is to stay grey.  Hang in the fog.  Lay low.  Muck around in the debris that remains from the year’s efforts.  Just slush it.

 

That path is frighteningly crowded.

 

The more difficult route is UP…and OUT.  Up where the air is thin and cold and quiet.  Up where the sun is shining to all of the edges.  Up where there are no maps, roads, or boundaries… in the space where bold “nexts” are made.

 

That path is frighteningly limitless.

 

Every day you have a vertical continuum before you.  Where your head goes, so goes you… and your team.

 

Where is your head?  What is today going to be: crowds or space?

2 Responses to “It’s 7 a.m. Do You Know Where Your Head Is?”

  1. Connie Dorigan Says:

    Up where the air is cold, thin and quiet is not so frightening. The idea of the unknown is scary, the path to it, once the decision is made, is exhilarating,fun and powerful. It’s all in the decision and how you think about it….scary/frightening VS powerful/exciting. I choose the path of fun and powerful/exciting. Cheers, to you BOLD Sue.

  2. Kaspar Murer Says:

    Dear Sue,
    Your topic is so perfect for this time of the year. Thank you for the little boost; we all can use it.
    Happy Holidays, Merry Christmas, or whatever you call it in your culture.
    Kaspar
    PS: when will we have coffee?’
    503-2274493

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