I can’t believe it. I forgot my anniversary. No, not my wedding anniversary (if I missed that one you wouldn’t be reading this blog – I’d be either dead or partially paralysed). I am talking about the one year anniversary of my blog.
I can’t believe that 12 months and 210 posts later I’m still at it nearly every day. I guess I forgot all about my first anniversary because thinking about and writing my thoughts on business, leadership, corporate culture, strategy execution, parenting, the trials and joys of being a father and husband, thoughts on life and living and of course, flyfishing, has just become a daily event for me. And a highly enjoyable one at that. My blog, Rethinking Leadership, began officially on March 2, 2011.
To celebrate my tardy remembrance (my brother calls it “old-timers”), I thought I would share one of my early blogs from April, 2011. The Wrong End of the Telescope.
I was inspired to write this blog after I saw this photograph. Somehow the image became a metaphor for how backwards some things in the business world have become.
It’s one of my favourite blogs. Let me know your thoughts. Or am I looking through the wrong end of the telescope?
Tight Lines . . .