Don’t Confuse Motion With Progress

Sometimes I create the movement I want to experience on project or task I’m working on. It feels good to move that big fat rock up the hill once in a while. A Peter Drucker quote I read a few days ago sums it up (the title of this post).

But today I realized all of the motion or movement doesn’t always cause the rock to move. And I also realized today (tonight actually) you may need the help of a perfect stranger to move the rock even though you possess the strength and the will. This was from watching “The King’s Speech”.

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