I Need Something I Can Dance To

“What’s good on the menu here?” A seasoned waiter or waitress knows that this is not really the question the guest was asking. In all reality, it was a stated desire. What they really said was, ‘I’m here to dance and I need you show me where that happens on the menu.’

“Where should I put my money?” The financial planner, if he’s listening here, recognizes this is a request for long-term dance-ability. In other words, the question was ‘where can we put this so that I’m dancing at 90?’

What questions are you most often asked? Chances are these questions need to be pondered, because the answer probably isn’t as obvious as one may think.

Leadership reads between the lines. Leadership looks below radar. Leadership uncovers music in the noise of questions.

Whatever you do, you’re role is to be the dj of whatever your industry, sector, or market is.

Here’s some beauty for today: Your words, your insight, and you – the individual – are the music.

Next time you see a globe, think dance floor.

Next time you see yourself, think DJ.

Cue the music.

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