Learning from fraud

It’s very easy to get frustrated or disappointed with the Government, and the Assistant Director General who has been charged with allegedly stealing more than $2.5 million of public money. On the face of it complaining and vilifying seems appropriate, but how does adding negative vibes to the atmosphere add to happiness of those around you, or solve the problem at hand?

Yes, this alleged fraud is not a good look for the government, but rather than getting angry dear reader, why not use it to stimulate thoughts so that you can make something positive out of this.

Over your Friday drinks tonight … why not exercise your creativity and brainstorm ways to learn from this, including the actions to make it work.

You may find yourself having a jolly good laugh as you offer silly solutions, or even lead yourself to good ideas for systems improvements in your company, or uncover someone you know who may have a problem that if nipped in the bud will stop a future jail term.

Vilifying the government and the people involved wont create a solution to this situation, not now, but building pleasurable rather than negative energy will improve your life.

If you have not read about the situation, here is an ABC report issued today (14 November 2019): https://www.abc.net.au/news/2019-11-14/department-of-communities-executive-charged-over-$2.5m-fraud/11706170

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Some earlier posts:
–> Raising the bar
–> How we become heroes
 

Jennifer is a business and executive coach who helps leaders use the wisdom of their heart to turn their strategies into remarkable results. To find out how she can help you, call +61 439 520 182 or email.