Making the Impossible Possible
from Pink Bat
by Michael McMillan
Everywhere you look today there are problems. Turn on your TV or computer—pick up a magazine or paper—and what do you see? Problems!
Talk to your spouse, co-workers, family members or friends, and within minutes someone will bring up a problem... or two or three.
Problems permeate the workplace, too—new products, old products, customer service, health care, retirement plans, sales, marketing, budgets, IT, personnel—the list of problems to confront each day is vast.
If that's not enough, consider the global problems we are facing—hunger, war, terrorism, economy, jobs, pollution, global climate change, disease, energy, health care, education, government corruption, trade barriers, overpopulation, sanitation, water—the world's problems seem endless.
In short, we are experiencing a "problem pandemic" like never before. What's scarier yet, is many experts predict there is no end in sight. So what can YOU do about this threatening pandemic?
Embrace it! This may seem strange at first, but by the time you finish reading this book, you will realize that many "problems" aren't problems at all. In fact, most problems are opportunities and many are actually Pink Bats—unseen solutions just waiting to be found.
Can you imagine waking up each morning faced with a "solution pandemic?"
Start imagining. Maybe you think this idea seems impossible, but you're about to discover: Pink Bat Thinking makes the impossible possible.