Wildebeest that travel thousands of miles every year to get to water during the dry season will walk in a windy pattern a lot of the time. In fact, when they move around across the plains, they will continuously assess the environment they are in right now before choosing where to go next. For example they consider the direction of the wind to ensure they are upstream from any predators, they also consider the condition of the grazing around them, the time of day and their proximity to shelter. The ultimate goal of getting to the water with the herd still being alive and well is a finely managed operation and tweaked all the time.
A Lesson To Be Learned
Within the corporate environment we may not have to fight for our own personal survival, but there is a lesson to be learned from the Wildebeest. We need to be open to the fact that sometimes what appears to us as obstacles and deviations that forces us down a windy (inefficient, slowing down or unproductive) path is really the envi (...) Read more? Sign up for free