The other morning I was stuck behind a big yellow bus. I had to stop three times before I got away. Life, it seemed, wanted me to slow down and smell the fumes.
Frustrated, I watched the cars buzz by on the other side of the road. But then I noticed something else.
No doubt, you’ve heard that irritating saying about get the right people on your bus and the wrong ones off. Well, I watched those kids get on the bus–slowly, annoyingly slowly.
Then it hit me. Obviously, it’s not enough to find the right people for your bus. You must also pay attention to how they get on your bus. Are they willing and keen, or do they drag their feet?
You might have a bus. You might even have the right people for your bus. But maybe, just possibly, they don’t like where your bus is taking them.