There are times when you’ve never done something before, and there’s sport to be had in finding your way. It’s the lack of knowledge that makes it fun. The antici- – – -pation. Someone could tell you what it’s like, but there’s no thrill in that – you have to ride the zip-line yourself.
Then there’s the other times, when you’re just as exposed, looking over the precipice – and it ain’t for kicks. When a miss-step could cost a toe. When losing control means running ragged and a three month do-over. When you’re not in Kansas anymore.
So you look for guide rails, something to keep your hand inside the car and everything on track, a yellow-brick road guaranteed to get you safely where you need to go.
You. Dorothy. Your staff.
We’re all in Kansas sometimes.
Skippy strategy: Look out for, and look to give guidance – when needed.
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