Swimming- What a day at my grandmother’s taught me

 

What the title might actually say is What a day at my grandmother’s taught me a father about leadership & development, about growing others

There are no perfect analogies I say, but I enjoy them anyway. This week, simply, I do hope you get a chance to listen to this week’s monocast. I think it might offer a bridge of context for you, in whatever way it fits. 

“When it worked, it was because we were aware of the other person. Not so much hyper-aware that we were afraid to do our own thing or wait on them—because that didn’t work either. It’s when each of us confidently actively worked and remained aware. To the situation, and to one another.”