A first for thirst

The first of February, first coffee of the day (though not for me).

A First for Thirst #2013PAD

Today was spent attending de Bono’s Simplicity training course, which looked at value of simplifying processes and procedures through removing, replacing or restructuring elements within those processes.

“A powerful idea which is also accompanied by practical action steps for implementation of the idea, is more valuable than an idea which is left in theoretical space
Edward de Bono

So much of what we do in life is complex or complicated.   But to simplify we sometimes need to change the context, to change the possibilities.


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