Who Moved My Cheese

If you haven’t read the iconic change classic Who Moved My Cheese? written by Dr Spencer Johnson and first published almost 2 decades ago you should consider adding it to your holiday reading list.

The reality is that once the cheese has moved it rarely, if ever, returns as is was. In other words what we consider to be the good old days are just that. Currently there are many around the world promoting the idea that we can go back and all will be well. This a falsehood and it is delusional.

Whether we look back 50, 100, 500, 2,000 or 100,000 years, it is blindingly obvious that “things” always change.

The universe keeps evolving and us little humans need to embrace that if we are to remain part of the deal. The current “backwards is good” promotors are contributing nothing of worth and will soon pass on.

It’s not a brave old world, it’s a Brave New World, get on board!


BIG Data Global POWER

Scientists have recently obtained BIG data using the kirk-electro-magnetic-tron which reveals that the energy levels currently being exhibited by the planets cells and particles are at an all-time high. Whilst the technical explanation of this is beyond me, Dr Horkel Static informs me that this means that the level of “buzziness” is almost off the chart.

Apparently, the energy reading produced by human cells was recorded at 9.42 per head of global population. The previous all-time high of 6.85 was recorded in 1793!

Dr Static went on to explain that the human cell energy measurement is made up of two components: good stuff energy and not so good stuff energy. On a positive note, the good stuff energy represents 63.33% of the total reading.

I asked Dr Static how we might leverage this amazing piece of BIG data and he said, “simple, accentuate the positive and eliminate the negative”. So, I figure we have an amazing opportunity for more people to be doing more good things more often. The old maxim “if I can’t help you, I won’t hurt you” should be kept front of mind as we forge ahead with creating a better future for all.

At the end of the day, we all share the responsibility of leadership and this is a global leadership issue. I invite everyone to join me in doing “their bit”, we might just be at a turning point, seize the moment, make a difference, we are all in this together.