Burying Your Head In The Sand
Leaves Your Ass As An Even Larger Target!
By Nicholas Ashton, CEO/CIO, CommSmart Global Group
Does not matter what part of the world you are in, the problems are the same. What happens in London, Paris, New York, Chicago, Monrovia, Rio, Port of Spain or Provo, the same social situations will manifest themselves at different levels, times and severity.
Every city worldwide has a drug, gang, and murder rate with growing societal situations that are a cause for concern. Gangs or insurgents all work in the same manner. If it is Afghanistan or Akron, Ohio, overall it is the same issue, it is criminal. No matter where people are crimes are committed and law enforcement has to solve the crime. It could be called a vicious circle of fire that must be extinguished before it becomes too big to handle.
Why do some events grow to an out of control status and it takes more resources, effort and time to attempt to control?
How about pigheadedness! Even the skill-set that does match the situation, like no experience in the matters at hand whatsoever. They are burying their heads in the sand and believe they know it all.
The failure to listen to others with far more expertise in these types of affairs is foolish, but then again we are all human and think we know it all. Thinking that the individual knows it all is like traveling a road to doom for those that are relying on that person in charge.
There is nothing wrong in asking for help!
Not only are they failing the people who they are there to protect, they are failing the surrounding team and themselves. The aftermath is even worse when you do nothing and then you express, “I should have asked for help”.
Look, the human mind has many layers of wanton perfection and in many cases the ability to see what they, as an individual are missing is impossible, unless you look in the mirror and ask very personal questions of one’s self.
Those that surround the individual allow them to create a failure for all. It is like the celebrity melt downs and disgusting behavior that hits the headlines and we all say why did no one stop them or told them of the destructive path they were on. Simple, those that surround are fearful of the individual and what the reaction will be and the consequences. Normally it is a financial reasoning. It is personal protectionism at its worse!
There is nothing wrong in asking for help and assistance.
CommSmart Global likes to hear the words “Help Me”. Our team did not just suddenly and magically come together, it has taken decades to find the right match in all departments and each individual is part of a large jigsaw puzzle that portrays the picture of success that is required.
No one likes failure and those that do not ask for help are exacerbating the problem. “Can You Help Us”, is an easy phrase to say when there is a well-oiled team ready and waiting in the wings.
Ask our team for help and work cohesively to solve the situations that are at this time a bone of contention. Tracometry People have no ego to take charge, we merely examine, advise and bring together the solutions and resolutions.
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