I just posted these year end greetings to Natural Logic’s mailing list:
Natural Logic’s “year end update” will be a new years update this year. Watch for it in January.
But meanwhile, here on the shortest day — the day the light returns — we’d like to take the opportunity to extend our best wishes, to you and yours, for a wonderful holiday season (whichever ones you celebrate) and an exceptional new year.
We’ll be back in touch in January, with the latest news on our Business Metabolic key performance indicators system, strategic coaching services, regional metabolism assessments, and more.
In the meantime, you can get a glimpse into our thinking with New Bottom Line, my monthly essays on business and environment, which you can read — or subscribe to — on our web site (or at greenbiz.com). And you can usually find briefer and more timely observations on the events of the day at
my weblog, http://radio.weblogs.com/0109157/
And remember: “It’s not the answers that show us the way, but the questions.” – Rainer Maria Rilke
And promptly received this perspective on perspective:
What’s this about the shortest day? As is the case in many things it all depends on your point of view.
Cheers for the Season from Down Under (or perhaps On Top?)
Oy! Caught me standing on my head!!