It’s About Building Pyramids, Not Sandcastles

Successful, lasting change takes time. If you’re committed to building, and sustaining, an engaged enterprise, you’ll need to keep making the business case for change when others turn their attention elsewhere. By the way, that can happen when the initial results aren’t all that exciting, but it can also happen when you get a quick boost in your engagement scores. If you want to build long-term success, don’t let anyone convince you either that “We tried, but this just won’t work,” or conversely, “Ok, we made some changes and the results were good, so we can move on to the next challenge.”

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By: Joe Patrnchak

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    This is so inspirational…

    I can say, Try..Try but Don’t Cry… When sailor hits boat into ocean, he don’t know he will come back return or reach next destination…obstacles going to come but leader is who, stand still….

    Thanks 🙂

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