So many of us do inquiry to fix what’s broken in us. We’re intent on fixing. But at what cost?
Steve Jobs was a brilliant innovator. He was also an angry, bossy, opinionated control freak. The angry came with the brilliance. That was the package.
Can we know that “fixing” Steve Jobs and cleaning up that attitude wouldn’t have swept out the brilliance along with the angry?
Are we absolutely certain that fixing us is a good plan?
– Judy Cohen on Facebook
I can see this part of me, the one that wants to fix me, and even wants to put other things on wait until I am sufficiently fixed.