Thought is cause: experience is effect. If you don t like the effects in your life, you have to change the nature of your thinking. -- Mariannne WilliamsonMessage 1 of 1 , Jun 30, 2008View SourceThought is cause: experience is effect. If you don't like the effects in your life, you have to change the nature of your thinking. -- Mariannne Williamson
Tip of the Day:
Leaders have responsibility, influence and, it turns out, their own brand of management maladies: power stress and the sacrifice syndrome. These afflictions and ways to avoid them are the focus of Richard Boyatzis and Annie McKee's Resonant Leadership: Renewing Yourself and Connecting with Others Through Mindfulness, Hope and Compassion. According to these writers, the key to navigating all this is to become a "resonant" leader, a person in tune with him or herself, and the people they work with. A leader who creates a sense of resonance in the workplace, so that great work can be accomplished.
Be The Change:
Try one of the thought-provoking exercises provided in this excerpt from their book.
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