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DRIVING WITHOUT VISIBILITY
I caught myself driving in a snow storm last night.
At one point, there was no visibility except the peripheral views of the shoulder and the obscured images I couldn't seem to define.
Except at the end of that episode was the traffic sign that says -drive 60km here, that I felt confident that I was moving steadily towards my destination.
After that, the squall ended, I saw better and had the momentary pleasure to be comforted at the prospect of getting hope fine despite the weather.
How many organizations do not seem to have a clear signpost of where they are supposed to go?
Should they turn here or go straight?
Should they speed up because it is an easy drive or they need to calibrate for the conditions?
Should they be anticipating to stop and pause, or should they run like there is no tomorrow?
Without these signals, it is literally like driving without visibility. Pilots can come down with the plane with less visibility because they have the instruments to help them land safely. Without these, it would be reckless and dangerous to even attempt to do it.
If you are going full throttle, do you have the mechanism to simply get a bird's eye of how things have been from a third-party who can completely, independently, and without self-interest, honestly tell you how things are actually going?
Get yourself a trust adviser. There are no downsides, but many upsides to it.
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