Have you noticed that when you see something that needs attention and then don’t do anything – you cease to see it after a while?
Our brains are amazing at creating wallpaper. The stuff that’s just there. It ceases to hold our gaze or demand attention. Like the picture on your phone or the details of your front door.
Or the things you noticed when you first started your job, or project, or group, or…
But what if your perspective is important, or even unique? How do you keep it alive long enough to create something better?
Quiet disruption doesn’t equal destruction. It’s the opportunity to thoughtfully and generously do a bit of re-construction work in a broken world.