Part I spoke to the need to exercise due diligence and caution when choosing how and what you measure to judge what you are achieving and the need for a clear understanding of your goal[s], what achieving your goal[s] will in fact – versus what you expect – look like.
Failing to exercise due diligence can lead down the same path of self-sabotaging, self-destructive behaviour that had GM paying extravagant bonuses to executives to run the company into bankruptcy.
If your goal is to reduce the number of homeless on the streets what do you need to achieve?
Continue reading Success Matrixes Part II
Plan A for tire replacement was killed off by holiday hours.
Continue reading Good Thing the Alphabet has 26 Letters
WOW, is that not a sweet sounding buzzword?
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….and yet the question I have for so many politicians, Christians, business, the wealthy, the homeless, voters is:
Continue reading 2017, a New Year, a blank new page…..
For more than a decade Abbotsford’s homeless have been receiving less than first-class healthcare. The less than stellar, healthcare grudgingly delivered by Abbotsford Regional Hospital [ARH] continues the malpractices of the old Hospital ARH replaced. Continue reading Unbelievable: Heard Through the Grapevine