How much of your time and effort goes into attempting to place yourself in the correct context of this reality where your decisions are guided by collective points of view?
And how much is spent expanding your awareness and developing clarity of vision to see beyond this contextual reality.
Most business leaders are content to obey the rules and be in agreement with contextual reality. This is what they are trained to do. Business schools and executive training courses offer frameworks that teach business leaders to operate within the contextual reality. With these frameworks in place, leaders understand where they fit, where they can benefit, where they can win, and how to avoid losing. They tend to find false comfort within the confines of contextual reality. Too often they fail to realize that although they might feel secure, with the business-as-usual mindset in place, they will not be able to generate their business from the edge of infinite possibility.