One of our tasks at Leadership was to duplicate a creation made from Legos. We got a ziplock with the same kind of Legos for our group. We could go – one at a time – to the other room and look at the creation. Then we had to plan how to make ours look just like it, but we couldn’t build until we were all done with the planning.
This was the creation in question.
As soon as the project was announced, I knew I would suck at it. I am not good with spatial relationships. Fortunately, we had a construction guy on our team – Curtis – smiling in this photo.
Curtis instantly started making a diagram to plot out how to recreate the legos. Dan and Teresa were also very good at this task.
I’m a big believer in letting people who are particularly good at something do it. When we get to a word game, I’ll jump right in. I decided the thing I could do the best in this task was keep someone in there looking at it everytime there was a question. It’s easy to get caught up in discussing it when you can just go look and answer the question.
If it had been a task I had to do myself I would probably still be there.