in Higher Ed

Setting the pace

I was thinking about this idea of identifying an area that your peers don’t do well. Something you all do relatively similar. For one reason or another, it can comforting in the context of dealing with people when you know that things are similar. But in an competitive environment, those are just the sorts of ways that you can rise above the fray and shine in major ways. Why not view those as opportunities to shine, put your own unique twist on it and thrive?

Why not set the pace, rather than drift behind the pack?