“It’s not always just the vision that matters – it’s the ability to make it work that really counts!” – Futurist Jim Carroll
I live in awe of my wife of 32 years.
So there I was yesterday, rolling down the highway in my new Tesla Model 3 – a 21st-century hi-tech marvel that I like to call my spaceship – with a load full of freshly canned peaches. It was important to transfer them from our original home to our new home so that their careful process of ‘whatever’ would not be interrupted.
Here’s the thing – in the midst of a massively complicated move from our home of almost 32 years, which involves the coordination of a process that seems to involve a lot of military precision – she had somehow found the time a few weeks ago to purchase, peel and can several hundred of them.
My mind boggles, but here’s what I know – at the end of the day, organizational skill trumps everything else!
Someone can have all the futuristic views they might want, but without the deep, complex, and unique skill of making it work, it will never happen!