Deb Hicks recently shared a meme that stated:

If your job is to tell me how to do my job, you should at least know how to do my job.

This is an ongoing challenge working in a support space associated with transformation and change. You never quite know what is coming and there are often less people around to bounce ideas and experiences off. It can be daunting, but it can be fun. At the end of the day though, if you are going to ring someone up to follow up on a problem, at least know what you are talking about. As M.J. Arlidge reminds,

Trust is a fragile thing — hard to earn, easy to lose.

Replied to Issue [#328]: Back at it by Doug Belshaw (Thought Shrapnel)

Last week’s issue of Thought Shrapnel, prompted a response from Aaron Davis, an Australian education with an excellent monthly newsletter. He disagreed with my position, which he is of course welcome to do, but it served as a reminder to me that, if you find value in my work, you’re very likely to also find value in his.

Thank you Doug for the shout-out. As someone who has:

I think that I would probably describe myself as a non-financial supporter?

On other matters, I am always intrigues by your conversations about time and enjoyed the post about ‘social jetlag‘. It reminds me of Audrey Watters’ point about technology is a system.