Fasten your seatbelts...

I just published an article featured in the Identity Insights newsletter on another one of my favorite car-related analogies where I compare seatbelt laws to compliance demands. I think you'll enjoy (and perhaps even relate) to it.

Comments:

Yes, I like the distinction between perceiving compliance as an obstacle and perceiving it as something which enables you to do what you want more safely. It reminds me of that ancient piece of Chinese wisdom:
"Do not seek to follow in the sages' footsteps: seek to find what they were looking for".
You may still find you're walking in their footsteps, but it won't seem a pain, because you'll be focussed on the reason for doing so...

Posted by Robin Wilton on November 10, 2005 at 07:39 AM CST #

Hello Sara! It was really so encouraging, inspiring and motivating for me to have read your article. Its true that we have to face the challenge. Many these days, run away indeed. Wonderful insight. Thank you so much. Will be praying for you. Take care and continue to remain a source of inspiration and motivation. - Enos John Kirubakaran http://www.ejk.da.ru

Posted by Enos John Kirubakaran on November 10, 2005 at 04:19 PM CST #

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