LOLA IMBAZO (‘sharpen your axe’) In today’s chaotic world, cluttered by messaging, technology, traffic and deadlines, we often neglect the fundamental principles of proactive strategy, relationships and creativity in a volatile corporate world, and often get tied up in the horrible game of catch up.
An old, wise man once offered his advice to a young woodchuck, ”In order to chop your trees better son, you should stop, rest and sharpen your axe’. To which he replied, “I don’t have the time sir”.
What better way to sharpen your axe than a forced digital detox in wide open spaces with the luxury of silence and solitude with nature, to re-establish clear perspective and focus.
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