I used to have the ambition of making it big. Now I just want to make it incredibly meaningful. But when your small meaningful “it” starts to hit puberty and then adulthood, there’s only one way to manage: Delegate. With delegation comes the challenge of expecting things to be less perfect than if you were to do it yourself. If you must micromanage, then stifle your meaningful it, cut off its wings and frame it as your big picture vision, which has now become selfish and narrow-minded. Your purpose was always bigger than you. Let it grow.