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Bridging the gap

Pretty much everything we do, individually, or as a family, or as a company, is bridge the gap from where we are to where we want to be.

We are not always clear about where we are or where we want to be. This is why successful companies (and countries) need great leaders. Leaders bring in that clarity. They articulate how exactly the gap can be bridged. And convince everyone around them that that is the way to go and get them working in that direction.

The probability works out fine (most of the time) at the level of an organization or a government and they end up with good leaders.

But the probability is nowhere near good enough at the level of an individual.

I have always been amazed at how religion has been such an effective vehicle in channeling people's thoughts and actions.

Herein lies my answer I guess.

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