MLK Day an Ironic Day
Today was Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. A communicator, someone who could speak and people would listen than take action. A man with a vision who could speak of his vision and as he was speaking people could see what he was seeing. It seems some people have a gift of communication and others have to constantly work at it. I do not possess that gift. I don’t lack the vision nor do I lack the drive, ambition or tenacity (I like that word, I borrowed it from someone else’s blog I read earlier today), but trying to communicate it to others sometimes seems like I am speaking another language. Today was one of the hardest days communicating that I have had in a long time. I have a vision for the business, I know I need a good supporting cast (I think I am on the verge of having the best staff I have had in my 9 years of this business) and I know I need to communicate and educate the people around me to see what I see. So, I think I have a grasp on what I need to do, but how do I do it. How do I implement it? How do I spend my time wisely and continue moving in a positive direction? Do the great leaders surround themselves with people who believe in their vision before they meet, or do they meet good people and find a way communicate their vision to them? So many question so few answers. Tomorrow is a new day.
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