There is a book with a title which goes something like 'what got you here won't get you there'. I have not read the book but the title intrigues me. It sounds logical that what has worked to get you to where you are now is not necessarily the same thing that will work to get you to a higher level. I have seen this happen in coaching conversations. A controller said he was now at a 3 on the scale. What got him there was to slam his fist on the table in the management team meeting and to demand the attention from the other managers. What eventually got him to the level of 7 on the scale was something rather different though (asking questions, encouraging the other members to participate, helping, listening, responding patiently, etc). How does this idea of 'what got you here won't get you there' relate to SF's rule of: find out what works and do more of it? Any ideas about this?