When Time Rubs
Against Your Knuckles
1. Some things and
people have to be left alone to thrive.
2. Many things I start,
or have a hand in starting, should be
left to others to finish.
3. Hands off means “no
looking over another’s shoulder.”
4. Subordinates often
want to be left alone, be independent,
ply their own craft, so they
can bring you a rainbow.
5. Rough going in team
settings—surprising hardship, hidden
roadblocks, bogging down,
frayed nerves-- are the stuff of
6. Time spent, doubts
abounding,, too late to turn back though
all seems lost, then a stunning glimmer.
7. Genius pulled through
a slit, reversing all fortune.
© 2012 Allan Cox,
Allan Cox & Associates Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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