For Michelle, she really believes in what they’re doing — and the power of inclusion. While everyone contributes differently, it’s always in a powerful way.
For Ron, he thinks back to his college football days and the way his coach made him and his teammates feel. By bringing everyone together and focusing on their individual gifts, each person was able to contribute at their best.
Both Ron and Michelle have taken the lessons learned throughout their early lives into their professional careers.
With the Fifth Industrial Revolution (5IR), it may be uncomfortable for people to learn to “create their own world,” instead of being told what to do.
Ron states the importance of realizing that the stories in our heads are just stories we make up. While they’re real to us, they aren’t real in the world. We need to be vulnerable to look at things differently.
Shouldn’t it be simple to create a new story in our head? It feels so difficult. Ron draws the distinction between “simple” and “easy.” Though it isn’t easy, it’s worthwhile.
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