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TODAY’S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Point of view!

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Why should I consider the point of view from the other, if I have reason (…)?

 

Each situation has always different points of view, what is yours?

 

Perhaps you are wondering what mean this question! What I mean is; when you face a situation, you see

also the perspective from the other person?

 

If this is not the case, you should consider doing so quickly because it’s the best way to find a favorable outcome in complicated situations.

 

It’s also the best process to move forward in life constructively and to attract many sympathies in his entourage. In this idea, I love the quote from George Santayana who says:

 

“Almost every wise saying has an opposite one, no less wise, to balance it.”

 

As a leader, we know that the views of other people must be heard and understood in order to make the right decisions for us and our team. Proceeding in this way, everyone can realize the importance and doing so for others as well.

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TODAY'S LEADERSHIP MANTRA: Adversity.

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Every adversity, every failure, every heartache carries with it the seed of an equal or greater benefit. – Napoleon Hill

 

What inspires me this quote: In the world nothing happens without a reason. Everything we think and the actions we undertake, each day, will become reality in our daily lives. Knowing this, we must be able to take the right door that leads to success. Only leaders who have managed to do so, will have the followers needed to achieve a great success!

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Stop Asking for Permission

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I visited New York City with my mom and younger sister recently. We were walking near Battery Park when we saw a man wearing a clown wig and playing a ukulele- making up songs as people walked by.

 

It was this man, Freddy Harrington.

 

To onlookers he was a street musician, a comedian entertaining passers by. But he spoke of things much deeper.

 

In this video interview, you learn that he is not merely a street musician trying to make a couple bucks to survive, but a high school science teacher with a much deeper message. His message?...


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