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Another way to say the same thing?

Posted on: July 3, 2017

I could stop blogging and some of my reflections will keep getting daily views.

One of them is my thoughts on “best practices” as a result for searches on “another way to say best practices”. Depend on where and how you search, it might be the second on the list of results.

If you are looking to do something differently or better, why are you looking for another way to say or do the same thing?

A quote attributed — some say wrongly — to Einstein is this: Insanity is doing the same thing differently over and over again and expecting different results. [Google image search]

We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them. -- Einstein

Another quote from Einstein might hammer the point home: We cannot solve our problems with the same thinking we used when we created them.

Whether Einstein actually said these words is immaterial. We should not need a famous person to tell us what we know and experience every day at work and school.

If ignorance of the issue is not the barrier to change, then inertia is. Battle entrenched culture, stubborn leadership, reluctant individuals. But do not find a different way to do the same thing. This adds to the problem instead of solving it.

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