H You don’t have to be a genius.
What if you met more like you?
You like your idea, and nobody understands it. You know that what you think makes sense that would take you or your company a step further.
Mark Twain hit an important point with his statement, „The greatest of all secrets is to be a genius and the only one to know it“: Although being the only one to know that you are right brings nothing but frustration, despair and ultimately depression.
It would be pretty different to meet other people driven by the same longing to be understood as you are. And believe me, they exist!
Then, it would be possible to play mind balls to each other, keep them in the air, and bring beautiful moves to the goal. It would be enjoyable, and, by the way, there would also be scalable results.
On the 2nd weekend in November, 𝗟-𝗜-𝗔-𝗠 will start with a workshop on intuitive complexity management.
Diane Wood, Dr Antje Heyer and I will explore the field of our experiences and knowledge together with those who also seek an enjoyable way of dealing with complexity. In doing so, we will support each other to both find creative solutions and have fun doing it.
I am Eberhard Bohrisch, a systemic psychologist and one of the few active coaches with more than 50 years of professional experience.