If you are truly building for the future by accepting short-term failure at one level because of a situation that you can do nothing about, then I would say one is setting realistic goals. The success is then gauged by what you do in the short-term to accomplish that goal aimed at the future, instead of setting an unrealistic goal of contending in a season with a glaring organizational weakness.Originally Posted by Falls City Beer
We just fired the guy who did not understand or have the ability to diagnose and/or treat the patient. He simply tried to treat the patient with placebos made up of various inert ingredients while the patient was flatlining. Krivsky's pedigree is in a situation mirroring ours when Ryan took over. He at least has first-hand knowledge of a true rebuilding success story. All O'Brien had was a daddy in the business with limited success.