Within some organizations there exists a “pretend” culture where: leadership pretends to care about the workforce, people pretend to give their best effort and customers pretend to be loyal.
Imagine you’re one of the greatest golfers in the world. In fact, you’re so good you only need to win the next golf tournament to be 1 of 6 golfers in the history of the game to win all the major championships.
Is it possible that your teammates will give their best to the project—without you giving your best when you’re with them?
Imagine this: Two children leave school and go to two different homes. Once they arrive, they both excitedly proclaim to their parents, “I aced my final exam!” What happens next is a poignant reason why the two children will live different lives.
I’m too busy…to really care how you feel about things, to wait while you explore an idea (I already know the answer), to treat you like I’d like to be treated…I’m too busy.
Imagine you’ve boarded an airplane, and just before takeoff, a disturbance occurs. Crew members and customers are yelling at each other and nearly fist fighting. Passengers are being concussed and dragged from their seats with broken reading glasses sliding down their faces.