Set a goal, commit, make a plan, do the work, have fun. Common sense that reminds me of Integrated Resources Network (IRESN) colleague, Ronnie Holland’s, approach to life. Everyone, of course, does their work. Not everyone is purposeful about the other four steps. In his essay, “Headwork”, Edward Hoagland reflects on the notion of “work”. He says that “work…can become second nature, and you can’t stop, don’t want to stop, don’t need to know who benefits – continuing with it for its own sake but with the destination of reaching other ears and minds.”
That might just sum up IRESN’s 2014. We set goals, committed, made a plan, and 2014 was about doing the work. We had some fun. Not much time left for IRESN communications. Making more time for communications will be a 2015 goal.