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Know that you are not perfect and that your knowledge has gaps, biases, limitations, and prejudices.
Innovators who positively shape the world come from a “beginner’s mind” and a loving, compassionate heart – with an openness to see, learn, and experience new things on the way to being a better servant of the world.
Understand the power of relationships, connection, and engage with the world openly. Don't be afraid to share your knowledge and talents.
Know that positive, supportive and authentic relationships are the foundational building blocks to anything you want to achieve.
When issues appear, try to get to their roots, understand the contributing factors, and arrive at new solutions.
Observe gaps and mistakes in common thinking and behavior, and trust yourself in your belief that it’s time to push the boundaries of what’s accepted.
Inspire when you obtain amazing results in your work without abusing others. Be happy to help and support others, and your positive energy will enrich the lives of those they connect with.
Help others to grow and walk away from opportunities that will be hurtful to others.
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People who inspire us to be better are not weak, scared or stuck; they’re bold and have the courage to push through their fears, and take a stand on what they believe.
Those who inspire us to be better are able to experience empathy, and they openly affirm their capacity to understand our personal stories.
They don’t overprotect us, but they validate and appreciate who we are, which makes us feel safe to be more authentic and to keep improving.
The people who inspire us the most don't tolerate bigotry, or racism and they don’t encourage thoughts of someone being "better” than someone else.
Those that feel they are in control over their lives also feel stress and anxiety, but they use this anxiety differently: their anxiety fuels passion instead of pity, drive in lieu of despair, and tenacity over trepidation.
Set aside some time regularly to create a list of important changes that you think could possibly happen. The purpose of this task is to open your mind to change and sharpen your ability to spot and respond to changes.
Even if the events on your lists never happen, the practice of anticipating and preparing for change will give you a greater sense of command over your future.
Transitions between life stages are usually triggered by extreme events: near-death experiences, divorce, failed friendships, death of loved ones.
Trauma causes us to step back and re-evaluate our deepest motivations and decisions. It allows us to reflect on whether our strategies to pursue happiness are actually working well or not.