Time Warp Factors

Complexity is killing us. We’re just no good at complexity. Our instinct is to slice any issue in half and call one half good and the other half bad. What actually happens is that we identify what appears good to us on a fast look and then extrapolate the exact opposite (bad) and assume that is the other half. If we can’t cut it in half we make a call based on which way we are facing and whether or not we are hungry. If you’re hungry, the whole damn thing…

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Educator, CIO, retired entrepreneur, grandfather with occasional fits of humor in the midst of disaster. . .

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