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Let us help you re-frame the family concept by using something familiar to illustrate and teach success principles: Being part of a TEAM, and working together to achieve a specific outcome. “Sports are such a great teacher. I think of everything they’ve taught me: camaraderie, humility, and how to resolve differences.” Kobe Bryant.
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Emergency Alert: The U.S. Surgeon General declared an “epidemic of loneliness and isolation.”
“We can not solve our problems with the same level of thinking that created them”
― Albert Einstein
We can make an immediate difference by changing our focus from the “lag” measures to the “lead” measures.
What is the difference between the two? The perfect example is…In an academic class, you are trying to earn a good grade, which will not be final for 9 weeks. The most important thing that enables you to achieve a good “lag measure/ grade” is the lead measures.
What are those? Good time management, asking good questions, attention to detail, work ethic, and self-discipline. You might summarize the effort to focus on the lead measures by saying we need to put focus on “strengthening character”.
Why do we need to take a systematic approach at home? Peter Drucker provides the answer in The Effective Executive, “What gets measured gets managed”.
Let’s focus on the Wildly Important goal of strengthening our family. Let’s keep score to measure a few really important things that help us do everything else better. Let’s celebrate our wins and reflect on our failures, and Win the Week, together!
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