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Leadership and Rubik's Cubes

constructive courageous impact tips

by Aubrey Patterson

 

When we strive for perfection, we have a vision that not only includes an exciting destination, but also a smooth journey.

If you’ve ever tried to solve a Rubik’s Cube, you most certainly have experienced this.

Our first move is a fairly predictable one that gives us temporary satisfaction when we arrange a single row of the puzzle to be one color. With a little more thought and effort, we advance to matching the colors on one side of the cube. 

We might enjoy a momentary celebration and become eager to complete two sides.

But alas, we encounter a dilemma. To complete the next side of the cube, we must disturb the perfection we just enjoyed.

Our next move requires messing up our previous progress to exceed our current achievements.

Whether we're trying to solve a puzzle, build new habits, or sail as a team toward a lofty goal, embracing organized chaos is intrinsically tied to any big success.

Leadership messiness inevitably induces some measure of discomfort, frustration, and worry.

However, when we accept failing forward, we start to see opportunities rather than problems. Challenges aren't viewed as anchors holding us back but as additional wind to fill our sails.

 


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