The answer is “way too many!”
So I’m stopping here.
Before this whole bucket stuff gets out of hand.
But there’s one more thinkpoint to pass along to you following Gary Vaynerchuk’s kick in the butt yesterday to be honest about our buckets.
It’s hard to argue his point that the TRUTH should precede everything.
(but that doesn’t mean I still won’t try occasionally, sad to say…)
Let’s say you want positive and productive leadership team meetings.
If your team members can speak openly and honestly in your sessions you’re on your way.
Kudos to you.
Let’s say you want to negotiate a win-win agreement and you know you’ve to establish a foundation of trust from the get-go.
Well, good luck if the truth isn’t leading the way.
You get the idea.
This isn’t new.
It’s just too easily skipped over.
Even something essential like improved organizational or cultural UNITY can’t happen without the TRUTH first sharpening and strengthening our CLARITY.
And according to Vaynerchuk it all begins with all of us being honest about our buckets.
That’s the tough one for me.
My buckets have grown kinda messy and old over the years – and Cindy won’t let me just go out and buy new ones and start over.
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