The big and small of KÅ«lia i ka nu‘u

I’m referring to big wins and small wins. Size can be irrelevant when they all are wins.

Not all goals and objectives* have to be monumental. Sometimes it is the small ones, and the collecting of them, that is Kulia i ka nu‘u.

And then, there is Mālama.

“Acts of caring drive us to high performance levels in our work with others. We give and become unselfish. We accept responsibility unconditionally. When we Mālama, we are better.”

One way we are better, is when we feel complete. We fill our capacity with a collection of big achievements and small ones. What does this have to do with KÅ«lia i ka nu‘u? Despite their size, excellence is something they all have in common.

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Connecting KÅ«lia i ka nu‘u with Mālama

Footnote:
*In the MWA Language of Intention; Goals are individual and personal. Objectives are strategic and organization-wide.

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