You get annoyed.

You have complaints.

You wish something to be different.


Perhaps you see simplicity where others are mired in complexity.

Maybe you understand a complicated nuance while others are overly general.

If only the others could see things from your perspective.


Everyone has this experience.

They also have it about you.

To the others, you are the other.


Leaders pivot these perspectives into conversations about growth.

They do not view others or their perspectives as static objects, existing within a single timeframe.

Thoughtful leaders see the growth and potential of a human, and focus on cultivating it.


When you become annoyed, have a complaint, or desire something to be different, you have a responsibility.

You are responsible to cultivate growth within your perspectives, as well as others.



Coffee is the springtime to the winter that is your morning,

-Morning Cup