As per my previous thread, I am using Horizons of focus to help my team stand back and look at our work. I recently heard an analogy from David (either on a Podcast or in the "Ready for anything" audio book..... I know I was driving when I heard it!), where he talked about a team cutting through the undergrowth in a direction. Someone climbed a ladder (or got up on a tower) and said they were cutting in the wrong direction. Someone else got higher up (in a helicopter) and said "you're in the wrong field!". I'd like to use this but I'm sure David words it much better than I can! Can anyone find this quote?