…ve in without much thought for values, a game plan or what about their approach will be successful. The “diving in” and hoping for the best strategy never, ever works in the long-term. You may find success, by luck, at first, but it’s not sustainable.
Christopher D. Connors
The sports parallel and the call to find and hold to one’s values causes me to consider how important knowing what our values are for not only the critically thought-out decisions but also the split-second decisions that leave little time for thought but demand action — like in a game. If we truly do have CORE values, our split-second decisions should guide us just as meaningfully as the analyzed decisions. Very interesting Christopher D. Connors!