How’d they do it without you?

Somewhere, perhaps nearby, it went well.

A family gathering happened and all the details were right.

A project launched on Kickstarter and it succeeded.

A person was hired and they were a good choice.

The terms and conditions were updated, and no mistakes were made…

It’s easy to use our indispensability as fuel. Fuel to speak up and contribute. That’s important. But it’s also possible for that same instinct to backfire, and for it us to believe that if we don’t do it, it won’t get done right.

That’s unlikely.

Author: Mark