How long do you like to wait for what you want?
The more certain I am about something, the less patient I am. I want what I want and I want it now. But that's not always the best idea. And it usually isn't even possible.
Big ideas bring about resistance. Change isn't easy. When people and processes stand in our way, our first impulse is to break on thru. Let the strong survive. Let the resisters catch up or fall away. But -- results are important, and relationship are even more important. After working for many years I've discovered that results (good or bad) tend to be temporary. Relationships? That's up to us. We can do things that build trust (keep our word, consult others before deciding things that impact them, tell the truth) and sustain relationships, or we can take short-cuts that damage those we'd prefer to keep on our side.
The trouble with revolutionary solutions to problems is that they break both things and people. And no matter how good the results are, if the relationships are broken even great results won't last.
Try evolving instead of rebelling. It's more work, sure. It lasts longer, too.
-- doug smith