A Detour is Nothing but an Alternative Path

Living a nomadic life in the wild, horses always travel to more or less the same grass areas. After all, there is a high chance that there will be good grass and herbs where they previously found good grass and herbs. If on the way a passage they used to take is blocked by uprooted trees, they will stick to their direction and act according to their inner GPS. They will find an alternative route on their radar (alertness) and take it. It is what it is. And what you do with it.

In your work context, how do you handle things that don’t go according to (your) plan? How often do you keep on trying to take a familiar road that is currently blocked? In which situations could looking for alternative routes make a difference? For you? For others?

I regularly post a quote out of my book “Connective Clarity. When Horses Invite You to Take up Authentic, Solution Focused Leadership” (available on Amazon and on www.connective-clarity.org ) . I am curious to find out what your reflections are, to what actions this might inspire you. Do you join in?

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