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Dan

Thank you for your kind remarks, Joe. The lead/follow mobius strip is a great way to reflect the natural flow within groups where leadership is shared, emerging from different people at different times. This is especially evident when folks stop competing to have the best idea or get the group to adopt their solution, and simply allow that flow to happen. It's more trustworthy sometimes than we think. There are, for example, people who have to lead and others uncomfortable with the thought of their leading. Yet I believe the natural state is shared leadership which means comfort with both roles and being awake to which of them our comfort zone causes us to overemphasize. (Good work on that disclosure about you and your Dad, too!)

bill dare

Excellent reflection well shared, Joe. Thanks for sharing time with me.

Blessings,
Bill

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