No matter what we do, some things never change. It will be a cold day when we see them change, and if they do, it will only be at the edges, writes Advantage Development President Michael R. Collins in a guest post over at PrecisionAg.com.
These things that we never see change are sometimes called drivers or insights to our lives; I call them “the Immutables.”
So why are they important?
Immutables are those things, those objects in our future, which we must account for as we make our decisions and proscribe a future course of action. They are not physical or material; they are operational and functional. For example, we will not get the crop that we want if we do not seed with the crop that we need. How is it that we are motivated or persuaded to satisfy that need with that specific new thing? So, even more, how did we know what crop we wanted and what are the immutables of that journey?
Another important consideration as we examine our decisions and future courses of action is one of life’s most important lessons, “Know thyself”.
Read the rest of Collin’s perspective piece on doing a self inventory prior to adopting a new piece of ag technology over at PrecisionAg.com.
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