… is knowing how to teach and trust your team.

We need thinkers and doers, but we also need effective delegators, mentors and leaders.


Most people don’t have the guts to say it out loud, but you can see it in their faces and feel it in the tone of their voice. Desire for change sometimes just resembles madness, specially if you claim the driving seat yourself.

What changes when you set for cruise control and just relax?

You’ll probably fall asleep and crash into something you did not see coming.

On the other hand, when you have a clear vision of the road ahead, you simply know that the trip is worth it (even if you fail). Specially if you happen to encounter other fellow travelers willing to give you a map.

We’re not taught this thinking process in school, and that’s ok for now. Perhaps education is just waiting for a wacko to come by and disturb the classroom.

Starting over is something you usually do after a major drama in your life. You feel like changing, and you feel like everything can (or should) just go away. You start over as if nothing ever happened.

The major issue regarding the concept of starting over is how honest we are to ourselves: do you really forget? Or do you just feel like previous efforts were lost time, a failed experiment? Too many times it’s the later.


Until you feel that starting over is not something you use for personal recovery. It’s something you use because it’s who you are, someone living a life that is cyclical by design.

For self-expression needs, I’m going back to a writing routine. But consider this: what if starting over was the single most important daily task you’d ever have to do for the rest of your life?