One of my favorite anecdotes on working with change was always the "How do you Boil a Frog" example. The theory goes that if you throw a frog into a boiling pot it will jump out, but if you put it in a cold pot and then heat it up it will fall asleep and then boil. Meant to be an analogy to implementing change slowly.
But sadly, according to Karl (one of our advisory board members) this is not true. The frog jumps out either way. Oh well, too bad. I guess that leaves us with the Drip method. To be discussed in a later Harvey Sayings post.