Last week I wrote about Reframing Risk to find opportunities where no one else is looking. A recent blog by a legend thinker Seth Godin (author of 18 books) put a different spin on this for me.
In his blog Surfing vs Coal Mining he reminds us that unexpected occurrences in surfing are a good thing. Whereas the unexpected in coal mining may mean tragedy. For me Godin’s message is about accepting that you need to take risks. To look optimistically at uncertainty.
YOUR DECISIONS DEFINE YOU.
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Bryan Whitefield works with strategic leaders across all sectors to help organisations harness uncertainty – uncertainty is the strategic leader’s best friend. He is the author of DECIDE: How to Manage the Risk in Your Decision Making. He is the designer of the Risk Culture: Build your Tribe of Advocates Program for support functions and the Winning Conversations Program (Previously called Persuasive Advisor) for internal advisors. Both can be booked individually or in-house. For more information about Bryan, please click here.