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If a leader can’t handle worries, it will make the whole organization behave in a way that hides potential ri...
Procrastination is the inability to deal with emotional discomfort.
We need to give ourselves permission to enter rethinking cycles.
There is probably nothing more lonely than being in a bad relationship or a bad marriage.
What makes an effective coach?
When you are looked at as your potential, you feel the need and desire to grow into that potential.
Naturally, some people will let us down, but there is more value in believing in people than forfeiting because of a small percentage.
People have always been distracted, it’s not something that came with the iPhone or Facebook. The leading cause of distraction are internal triggers: boredom, uncertainty, fatigue, anxiety
Everyone has been creative at least once in their life.
What does it mean to be creative more than once?
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Does technology make us feel lonely or do we use technology because we feel lonely?
In a landmark study conducted by researchers at Stanford University, a total of 3000 participants were observed (1500 were in the control group and the other 1500 deactivated their Facebook accounts)
There is a stigma in admitting you are lonely because the market for popularity has never been more visible
The rethinking cycle starts with intellectual humility, knowing what you don’t know despite your expertise in a given topic
Being aware of your ignorance leads you to doubt your convictions
It makes you curious about what you don’t know and that opens your mind to new discoveries
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