Does it matter who STARTED the fire?
I'm busy today (and have been for a couple of weeks now) preparing new presentations for new clients. Today it's for a statewide safety and health conference where I'm presenting and facilitating four breakout sessions Monday and Tuesday.
One of the presentations is called "Are You A Firefighter or A Fire Starter?" As I'm updating the information for the presentation, I've started thinking about blame and upset and the other things that keep us stuck right where we are. As I was thinking about this, Billy Joel's song "We Didn't Start the Fire" came to mind.
So I went out to YouTube and found this really thought-provoking video.
What's important - who started the fire or whether or not someone stands for stopping it?