This is a question that transcends your age.
Consider experiences, events, relationships business transactions or other meaningful areas which you recall at some level. Where are you presently and has this had any impact on you over time? As you reflect back, do you wish you had done anything differently? Select one or more of these items and consider what have you learned?
Hopefully this is not a painful process, rather you are finding it to be enjoyable. Either way now let’s have some fun! This will be more fun and potentially more productive with a few other people you know joining in virtually or in person. Think the impossible. Think creatively. Share with the others your experiences.
What is something new that would have changed everything?
A few examples: a few days ago we commemorated the Fiftieth Anniversary of the First Moon Landing. The computing power utilized for this entire history making event many of us carry around today in our hip pocket. It wasn’t that long ago that an answer to a question of some depth meant going to the library to reference an encyclopedia. Now we reach into that same hip pocket and ask for the answer.
It is the power of the World Wide Web which really started to take off – hold it – when? – in 1994! What is your small group discussion capable of solving, making more efficiently, helping more people more productive?
Use the comments area for this article and share your thoughts and start a broader conversation. The point of this entire process is to reflect on what is old is new. It really can be new through the sharing of our experiences… each of us in a small group with the power of other minds on our experiences and our lens, our view on each other’s experiences.
Try it out and see what unfolds!
Mitch Tublin is the CEO and Founder of Wenkroy International LLC a boutique consulting company with a main focus on Strategic Business Consulting, Training and Business Coaching. Our passion is to take people to the next level in their life and in their business. Are you interested in having Mitch speak at your company or event – click here?