I have been writing about how we introduce ourselves. When I workout at the gym, there is a man who […]
An elevated purpose requires us to do something we normally do not do, focus on excellence and conceptualize non-conventional behaviors.
If we see and experience the negative but discipline ourselves to live in positivity we grow into an unusual and mature life stance. We become intelligent optimists. This is a characteristic of master change agents.
As a listener I was particularly taken by the fact that everyone has the potential to make a positive difference in the world.
Conventional assumptions are like the blinds in my window. They limit vision.
Purpose leads to a search for the possible. At the beginning there is little hope. Yet the person of purpose knows to continue in the deep concentration and a vague impression emerges. Masterful leaders know to attend to impressions. Openness and attention turn the impression into a vision available to none other.
When we suffer with someone, the person is no longer an object that we reject because he or she is different; the person becomes a fully human being for whom we have compassion because we see the goodness in the person.
Yesterday I met with a man who is in charge of turning around a failing business. He was headed into […]
By the end of the session, even though many people were strangers to each other, there seemed to be a sense of unity and goodness in the room.