Changing the Model?

Thomas Kuhn used this optical illusion of a duck (or rabbit) to illustrate how a paradigm shift can cause people to see the same information as something totally different. You see a duck; I see a rabbit. We are both correct.

Thomas Kuhn used this optical illusion of a duck (or rabbit) to illustrate how a paradigm shift can cause people to see the same information as something totally different. You see a duck; I see a rabbit. We are both correct.

Sometimes it seems that we get so wrapped up in the bottom line that we forget about the journey along the way—even though that journey is where we spend most of our lives.

Maybe it’s time for a paradigm shift—a new model for measuring success.

donatemoose5outlineLike any business, A&M watches the bottom line. But this month—with the help of the good folks at Grandpa’s Barn—we’ve also watched what happens when you give a book to a third grader who has just met the author. Words fail, but luckily, the journey continues.

For more about the author visits of M.C. Tillson, visit her website. If you would like to help by contributing to the Muffin Project, click here for more information. We’d love to have you along for the journey.

 

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