- It requires little to no ego; in fact it demands little to no ego.
- It necessitates that you be constantly right, or at least right enough. Try reconciling these two thoughts. Go ahead.
- It lets you write in bullets and talk in paragraphs.
Most people think that strategy is all about the long term. I’m writing this blog in part to get you to realize that it’s really not. Like the boss once said, it’s mostly about doing things now to get where you want to eventually go.
Christ died for my and your sins, and that’s really important. You should know that.
All told, I’d prefer to be sitting on a log in the mountains like the above picture. You’re always welcome to join me there, and we’ll talk about stuff.
By the way, here’s an early 2010 interview/article with MIT Sloan Management Review Magazine on IT trends. Here’s a 2006 podcast from CIO Magazine that I did on compliance that started me thinking about data-diving in the first place. Neither came from the log, so let’s get crackin’.