Change can be quick or it can be slow.  How you manage it depends on the outcome you are trying to achieve.  Successfully shepherding people from one state of being to another requires patience and consistent effort to keep people moving towards the desired goal.  Technology can be used to manage the rate of change, but not necessarily stop it.

Unexpected events and unforeseen conditions can disrupt the best of plans and prevent people from getting where they need to go.  There are some that may never arrive and others that may not get back to where they were.  Getting back on track after a disaster, whether man-made or natural or caused by technical difficulties or organizational dysfunction, is achieved by focusing on what you want and why you need it.  This will help you maintain focus as you chart your next move.

Technology can help people see what is coming next, but it can’t help you decide what to do with incoming opportunities.  Moments of potential can disappear with the turn of the head.    

In a constantly shifting landscape, your best bet is to know yourself.  Without an anchor, you will be at the mercy of the winds of change.

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