There’s always a day after the big event or celebration.
That day usually includes a heavy dose of afterglow; what we did, how we did it, what it meant, what we think.
That day can also be thought of as “today,” with a heavy dose of right now; what we will do, how and why.
I understand and appreciate a romantic view of the past, even the immediate past, but I am less patient with it now.
I am interested in today. What will we do with who we’ve become, what we’ve gathered, what we’ve learned?
What will we do with all of that today?
DAVID BERRY is the author of “A More Daring Life: Finding Voice at the Crossroads of Change” and the founder of RULE13 Learning. He speaks and writes about the complexity of leading in a changing world. Connect with him on Twitter at @berrydavid.