It’s been way too long since I’ve shared a Top 10 list. And, I know you too well. You crave the Top 10 lists. They make your brain happy.
With that in mind, here’s a list that’s been percolating in my mind. This list is true in ministry, but I know this same list also applied when I was leading in the marketplace. Here are the…
10 Signs You’re not Ready for Change
- You see other organizations as the competition instead of the idea incubators.
- You’re trying to avoid criticism that comes when you fail…and when you succeed.
- You’re afraid of the culture.
- Your life is fast and cluttered and there’s no space to dream.
- You value getting it right over getting started.
- You believe conflict is a bad thing.
- You’ve stopped asking questions.
- You think systems and strategy are the enemy of creativity.
- You’re expecting to receive credit for your ideas.
- You think you’ve already arrived.
The question is less about whether or not your organization is ready for change–the bigger question is are you ready for change? So, are you?
That’s my take. What am I missing? What would you add to the list?
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