Wednesday, April 09, 2008

::Chew on this Noodle::

I heard someone say this just now:
Doing more of what isn't working won't get anything done.

So, do you have any examples that demonstrate the truth of this?

I was thinking about the simple stuff like when I've gotten my car stuck in the mud or snow and somehow thought gunning the engine and spinning the wheel would make the unmoving car actually move. It rarely doesn. Usually, it makes my situation worse.

Beyond that, though, I was thinking about how I've done it with cross-language communication. Really, how many of us have spoken to someone only to find out that the person doens't speak the language we speak. Our solution: LOUDER.

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