Oh boy and what a ride it’s been. He got what he asked for – change. Back in 2008 he campaigned for change and that’s exactly what he got. Problem is the focus was mainly on the word change but the exact type of change wasn’t clearly defined. What would it look like? That’s the Law of Attraction in motion. You get what you ask for, hence the saying, “Be careful what you ask for. You just might get it”. So many people bought into the rallying cry of change that change became a reality.
Do you know what change is? It’s chaos. It doesn’t sound so good now does it? On the bright side order always follows chaos. So here we are now working on making sense out of all this chaos and it didn’t just hit on one front but many and all at the same time. Whew! Give us a break! It’s coming. It’s inevitable. It’s the Law of the Universe. Now what?
Well, Obama got it started by bringing a need for change to the front of our consciousness. Lots of ideas, theories, scenarios and options have been proposed in the last few years. Now we need to sort through all of those and figure out what is the best option for our future. It’s a daunting task. Obviously people were crying out for a change but exactly what form that will take still isn’t clear.
What the U.S. needs now is two types of individuals in leadership roles.
1) The visionary, leader, CEO, doer type of person
2) The visionary that can create form out of all the chaos
Personally I don’t think Obama fits either of these two types of roles. He’s the speaker who inspires people to action but not the CEO or doer type person. I know. I’ve been in the business world for over 30 years and he’s not the type of person you’d find running the show. If he had those qualities he would have shown them already. He’s the type of person who would work outside the main channels to call people to action.
Theory is great. It’s a starting point but as anyone who has tried to put a theory into practice it doesn’t always work. There can be variables that have a larger impact than expected that throws the theory off course. That’s why you need practical, hands on, been there – done that type of person to carry out the call to action. This person would not only be able to carry the vision but also have the combination of being known as a doer and the practical sense of what works and what doesn’t work. Typically this would be the CEO type of person.
The other key individuals would have the known ability to create order out of chaos. I use the plural sense here because there is so much to do that I believe it’s too large of a task for just one or a few people. These individuals would have a track record of organizing information, departments, programs and materials and making them flow smoothly. They have a knack for making sense out of it chaos. They would be capable of holding the vision while sorting through the data to create a harmonious solution. Now we must find out which individuals fit these criteria.
In order for the Law of Attraction to work for us we must be clear on what we want, send out those thoughts and then be open to allowing the information to come to us without judgment. Go ahead and work the Law.
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