Day 26  of My 1-Year Experiment

The Tau of Steves: What You Don’t Know Could Fill a Book


April 2019

Today, 4/21/19, I’m second guessing why I’m running this 1-year natural experiment.  Shouldn’t the TauBit knock my socks off?  Shouldn’t I just be noting my Holiday Tau — the one I share with Steve Zahn, Henry Winkler and Emma the Baroness?  Maybe, I’ll be coming back to the topic after the first 30 days.

In my original field research about “work” which I tested in workshops and advising sessions with hundreds of Executive MBA students, I’ve been exploring disruptive change — as driven by a specific type of organization named “Paradoxy-Morons” and at a specific stage of growth companies feel either desperate enough to enter or innovative enough to bake it into their Organizational DNA — reinvention.  

“5”  Steve Zahn, 51: “Remember the time when the unexpected change shook up your perspective and then something truly positive came out of it? You’ll get more of the same.  Scorpio

Random ones that make me want change my sign.

So over time I believe thinkers (introverts, ambiverts and extroverts) open their minds and viewpoints to see new knowledge created and patterns that signal solutions never tried before to address complex challenges from a different angle. Take the why of curiosity to the what if of experimentation.

“5”  Steve McQueen: You can see patterns that others won’t notice.  To see such a thing emerge brings profound satisfaction.” (1930 – 1980) Aries

And, recently I’ve become to wonder if it’s true that innovation like rust never sleeps?  What lies in our imagination now?  What’s percolating in our collective unconscious as we stretch and use limited resources in new and different and resourceful ways? As we improvise?

“4”  Steve Greene, 34; Steve Guttenberg, 61: Be careful not to minimize, alter or deny your own experiences.” Virgo

Inspired by Holiday Mathis – Creators Syndicate