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The "A" in WUCA! means "Appreciate." You may NEVER get a second chance to tell a person what they mean to you. Don't waste a minute of your life by not telling another how much you Appreciate them and how much good they bring to others.
What you put on the inside to feed your roots, determines what you grow. Positive thoughts for your mind are the same as water for plants. How you create the environment in your school, family, business, or church, will either grow a healthy crop or you will produce weeds.
People's experiences lead to their beliefs. That leads to their actions which gets results. Here is a community that"100 years ago, the people in that town gave an award to the neighbor that hated their neighbor the most. That's why they won't talk to each other."
In this issue of Frankly Speaking, we talk about disruptive wicked issues. "Wicked" issues are issues that have high emotions with them, there are many different opinions on how to solve the issue, and it is critical that the issue is solved for the organization to move forward.
When you try to change the culture of an organization, be prepared to get challenged by the "good old boys!" When they see power slipping away, they will pull the organization back to the comfort zone.
Frankly Speaking - Creating a Culture of a Board of Directors - The top responsibility for a board of directors is to set the direction, not manage the day-to-day operations of the organization. Organizations have a culture. That culture has been set by years and years of boards of directors' experiences and beliefs.
Frankly Speaking - Creating an environment where kids grow up in is the responsibility of adults. We can no longer blame the "younger" generation for how they act. Children learn their behaviors, actions, and habits from the environment that they grow up in. We have to take actions that create the culture that creates success for them.