Design makes an important contribution to the preservation and growth of the environment. It conserves resources and minimizes physical and visual pollution through the lifecycle of the product.
This is certainly true with good product development. We want good products and services that are conscious of how they effect the environment, for good!
When it comes to a blockchain designed life, what I mean by environmentally friendly is that the surrounding environment that you influence and touch are improved merely by your presence.
Have you ever been in a situation with someone, let’s say, in a group, where there is an individual who just sucks the air out of the room? Their crappy attitude and salty communication style just sucks the wind out of the conversation and positive environment?
I’ve met many of those. And mostly, I’ve met them in corporate America.
Having sat with many executives and leaders while doing agile consulting, I have been in many situations where an so called “leader” in a company is more of a drag on the company than anything else.
They are toxic. They ooze negativity and a “can’t do” attitude. They always think about all the bad things that can happen with a cultural transformation of their company and only talk about the risks of doing anything different.
I find that fascinating because they called me in to help them improve! If there is nothing you want to improve, then why the hell am I here?
These people make life suck. Bigly.
Having a blockchain designed life is not something that can be kept to yourself.
A wise man once said, that we will know them by their works.
My general assumption, based on my own experience alone, is that when I meet with people or join people, my presence should be encouraging, inspiring, and helpful.
This is what I strive to do. It’s not a forced action, it’s something I have to manufacture. It comes naturally.
I believe in many ways, this natural inclination to be a shining light to others stems once again from your attitude, or as I like to say with my family, an attitude of gratitude.
So here’s the B90X question for the day:
How is your blockchain designed life permeating positivity to others around you?
Let us know! I’d love to hear about how you’re helping others and encouraging others!