On this particular rainy spring Sunday, staring at the dogwood tree and the Buddha outside of my door, for a moment or two, I can feel the calmness of mother nature.
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We never know whom we may inspire or influence, or who may inspire and influence us. Today’s stranger may be tomorrow’s partner.
When it comes to the negative creeps that are keeping you from achieving your goals, garlic probably won’t do the trick. But these tactics will.
I was struck by how much these deep introspections correspond so much to the questions we have about career and business and about daily lives — the endless asking of what is the point, who am I, and what am I here to do.
I believe authentic living and leadership do not come from title, social stature, or the size of one’s paycheck, but rather from knowing yourself, how you live, and the impact you make around you.
Creating sustainable value should be the goal of any company. Leaders can steer the course with long-term vision, models for growth, and a well-oiled work environment.
Eastern thought and meditation are pushing ever-closer to the mainstream. Today, many ancient teachings coincide perfectly with modern research on improved mental agility.
Although intellectually we all know that true success as we define it comes from our staying power, most of us struggle with our journey, and many give up altogether before we ever reach the finish line.
Envisioning a better future, setting worthy goals, and following through with sustainable impact first and foremost requires leading yourself. Often leadership is a lonely road. And to keep ourselves inspired, motivated, and energized we need to lead ourselves with our heart, purpose, and devotion.
Along with fearless passion and courage, becoming an authentic leader takes mental discipline. Here are 9 principles to get you started.