How To Lead Your Organization Into The Future Of Work

Consider this analogy: If you’re a fish, you likely wouldn’t notice the water you live in because water is what surrounds you. You’re used to it. In order for you to notice the water, you would probably need to be taken out of that environment to see it from the outside. The same applies to …

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Becoming A Consciously Imperfect Leader

Traditional leadership models tend to portray leaders as being all things to all people: to command, to control and to orchestrate the actions of others at all levels of the organization, to have the intellectual capacity to make sense of remarkably complex issues while at the same time creating the future that ignites everyone’s enthusiasm, …

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Make an Effort to Know Who You Are.

My biggest lessons I wish I’d learned sooner: From Overcoming the pressure of Social Conditioning to letting go of the Fear of Exclusion. The universe designs sneaky experiments to test what we are willing to stand for. The secrets are being reveled, yet the art is to find the keys. 1. Accept where you have …

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Commitment Demands Consistency

ommitment is a persistence with a purpose. Devotion, dedication, loyalty, and emotional contribution to the declared choices. Yet, often times commitment is misunderstood for attachment and used interchangeably. The distinction is both huge and pricey. Attachment limits possibilities and leads to imprisonment and dependence. Commitment thrives on discovery and freedom. Attachment latches onto the specific …

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