An Emerging
Leadership Philosophy


Concept Before Detail: The Chicken or the Egg?

Which came first: The concept or the details? It is easier for us to understand things when we are first presented with a concept and then supplied with details that allow us to better understand or improve the concept. It is as if “new information” has to somehow attach itself to something we already know in order for us to make sense of it.

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Let Me Tell You a Story

Learning is selective. When we experience life we naturally level, sharpen, and assimilate what we perceive into a story. It becomes our story. We level out what does not make sense to our existing view, we sharpen up what makes more sense, and we assimilate it into a story – an improved perception of the truth.

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