Author: Nelson Coulter
Pushing for improvement is a process, not an event. It involves adopting new habits AND abandoning old habits. The time-tested mantra of “Old habits die hard” has staying power because of its profound truth.

It really doesn’t matter if we are at the top, middle, or bottom of the organizational power structure, we can all affect improvement. And those changes toward improvement rarely come easily.

A common “dodge” is to claim that we don’t have the power — or enough power — to cause that improvement (which always involves changing something).

But each of us can do something. Even if it’s a little something. Even if it’s just us doing it. Whining about what we can’t do — or are not allowed to do — never causes improvement.

Getting better. Every day. On purpose.

And today is the best day to do it.

*If you’d like to read more of nc’s blatherings, go to nc’s Recursive Learning

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