Staying fixed and flexible at the same time

Zig Ziglar said that when obstacles arise you change your direction to achieve your goal, you do not change your decision to get there.

The Churning helps address this in two ways.

— Inner leadership provides tools that bring you clarity on what your goal is, and how to articulate it as a vision that inspires you and others. This keeps your focus clear and your energy up.

— Outer leadership contains tools for delivering results in times of change, so that when obstacles arise you know how to go over, under, or around them. This lets you to zig and zag in a changing world.

Stay fixed in where you want to get to. Stay flexible in how you get there.

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