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Pivot Your Perspective of ability with both the right and left brain so we can dance the delicate dance of balance between both. This is also where the term “agility” comes in. That term can drive me crazy because it is so overused. “I need to be more agile!” What does that even mean? Personally, when I think of “agile,” I envision a shock absorber on a car. It contracts and expands in reaction to its environment. If I hit a bump, the shock absorber reacts to keep me steady. If you are going to be “agile,” it implies that you must be able to anticipate, react, and stay fortified. This can feel a little onerous. It also means that you must trust the shock absorber to do its job; there is a bit of faith involved. This can feel a little scary. By finding balance between fortifying ourselves and having faith or a sense of knowing, we are prepared for whatever life has in store for us—not an outcome, but instead, part of our continuous learning. THE BENEFIT OF BALANCE Consider the right-brained person. They are strong, they have amazing gifts, they are often astoundingly artistic, but in my experience, these folks often struggle with the process. They typically have a fantastic idea to start a business, for example, but they might struggle with the business process or with finances. Conversely, consider the left-brained person. They too are strong, they have amazing gifts, they are great with logic and 12

Introduction analytics—but they struggle with intuition and things that are not part of a hypothesis. These examples can sound cliché, but the point is, there are archetypes for both right and left-brained people, and we see those archetypes struggle in similar ways. The fact remains that balance between both sides will help you engage with change in incredible ways. The problem is, most people don’t know what they don’t know. It is difficult to self-diagnose that which you have a hard time observing. If only it were as easy as realizing, “Hey, I’m really relational. I’m really in my right brain. Maybe I need to retool the other side. I’m going to go figure out how to do that!” But that is not what happens. Usually, people spin; they spin, and they twirl, and they whirl, getting continually more frustrated. KNOWING WHERE YOU STAND The benefit of this book will be self-diagnosis, and knowing how to apply new knowledge of self once you have it. Remember, we don’t know what we don’t know. Where do you stand on the right or left-brained spectrum? What are your weaknesses? What are your tendencies? More importantly, what changes will happen once you know? Once you realize you might be operating in a certain way, you are free to have a real perspective shift. You will have more options, and with more options comes more freedom. You won’t be stuck PAGE 13

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