I was running in the rain and saw this...the boys holding hands...
The rain was coming down hard, but I recall the story of a dying man in the hospital wishing he could feel the rain on his face one more time. The OMP is my rainstorm and if I can find the bliss in the maelstrom- this next 6 weeks will be learning and fun.
So run, Dieter, run, there is still light...
So the Organizational Management Project (OMP) is a beast.... a big ugly hairy beast, that I spent the minimum time with until now...
It is the project ahead of me... My first OMP fell apart, and I am on the second, luckily I didn't lose too much time and the change happened a while ago. Keith is going through that now, and I want to give him a hug. Get this done, as time is short.
It is go time...
A close friend and I travelled about, through a few small bits of Europe together.
England, Scotland, Wales, Germany for a few weeks, as young naive post graduates. In Scotland we rolled down a hill of heather, likely a joke on the tourists, in hind sight, but at the time, we were strangers in a strange land.
As I stop my tumbles, I recall that day, and it brings a smile to my face. The momentum, the flailing limbs, a blur of legs and arms. It took a moment to collect ourselves after that.
The last week has been a lot of recovery. I am almost ready to get back into the MBA saddle. The distance learning is done, but I am behind on the next project. Focus, and get a groove.
Shake it off, and get a groove...
The Distance Learning Modules of the MBA are done this weekend...
Focus, get the work done, rest next week...
Then, start the management project and prepare for Residence 2...
There is only now...
Dieter Wentzel, CPHR