How and when did life get so complicated?
Reading the *Daily Stoic* email from last week, and they quoted a line from Kurt Vonnegut’s Cat’s Cradle
Dr. Hoenikker used to say that any scientist who couldn’t explain to an eight-year-old what he was doing was a charlatan.
Now, apply this to what you do every day.
Does your business really need a library full of policy documents to get people to be nice to each other?
The more complicated something is made, the harder it is to follow.
The harder it is to follow the less is actually will be followed.
The less something is followed, the greater the chance of mistakes being made.
Have you seen these recent posts?
- It’s Been A While
- Do We Really Need All The University Degrees?
- Foreign Influence Isn’t What We Should Be Worried About
- When The Mail Doesn’t Arrive
- How Much We Value Other People’s Opinions – Instead Of Our Own
- Do We Need To Be Constantly Entertained?
- It Was Supposed To Happen
- When The WiFi Goes Out
- Are We Too Entitled?
- Don’t Just Say You Have Read Books