Monday, May 24, 2010


Things could be simple, but they're not. Departments should be working together, but they're not. Products should be made better, but they're not. Why?

Sometimes there is a smokescreen obscuring everything. A smokescreen could be any semi-real or fabricated situation that stands in the way of a positive, progressive situation at home or at work.

If something seems like it should be simple (and fun) to achieve, but it isn’t, there may be a smokescreen blurring your focus.

Smokescreens include:
Unhealthy relationships that keep people from openly talking
Imaginary obstacles or fears that will most probably never materialize but will keep people and solutions apart
Outdated or historical assumptions that intimidate people from attempting change

Find the source of the smokescreen and clear the air.

Barry LaBov
LaBov & Beyond
LaBov Sales Channel
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