In response to the post, “An Open Letter from One Student to Another,” a reader writes:
“I happen to know the LYS reader who made the post involving students. This particular LYS reader is an absolute genius, rivaled only by the great Sean Cain. We should probably heed his advice! Just having fun!”
Definitely more fun than saying, “I told you so.” You know it doesn’t hurt my feelings. I subscribe to two basic theories of action.
1. Run full speed, adjust on the fly; and
2. Frequently wrong, never in doubt.
Both theories require flexibility and timely changes based on the availability of improved information.
Think. Work. Achieve.