Wednesday, 25 October 2017

Seeing the world as it is and making it more like it could be

I'm a big fan of Seth Godin. I often reflect on his words opposite and leave the time of reflection with renewed energy to make a difference in my own best way.

I think self-disruption is a key to ongoing differencemaking.

The following, which I found in an article by David Clarke here, is a brilliant way to go about self-disruption as a business:

"(My company name) didn’t kill the (my industry) business.

We disrupted ourselves by (constructing an entirely differentiated experience).

Anybody can follow a path into the future by walking in the ruts that others have made. Today’s intrepid pioneers are those who carve out their own roads in unforgiving terrain."

Self-disruption in your business is essential to create your best future. So too is disrupting yourself as an individual. Below are links to previous posts to refresh your memory about disrupting yourself personally.

The great disruption is to disrupt yourself

In order to disrupt the status quo we must disenthrall


Who will you become?

What will you do next?

Be remarkable.
Ian
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