There is no denial that today’s state of education requires a sense of urgency to discover practices that will yield significant and meaningful outcomes. By it’s nature, the state of urgency tends to force the application of multiple quick fix solutions. These solutions produce fast results, but typically are not sustainable by human or financial capacity, thus promoting an ongoing cycle of change comparable to riding a stationary bike in hopes of reaching a destination but merely racking up miles, not distance. Not surprising, this approach often leads to burnout and frustration. And more than that, it has left employees with a bitter taste about change, forcing them to build walls of resistance to even positive change in the workplace.