The rules that matter the most are the ones about behavior, transparency and accountability.
People might hear what you say, but they always remember what you do.
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These things come to mind at the time of year when children graduate to the next stage of things. From High School, from college, from the nest of the parent. What shall we give them on these occasions? Imagination, a shove out and up, a blessing.
Come over here, we say - to the edge, we say. I want to show you something, we say. We are afraid, they say; it's very exciting, they say. Come to the edge, we say, use your imagination. And they come. And they look. And we push. And they fly.
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'Projects are open-ended, chosen and ours. Working on a project opens the door to possibility. Projects are about better, about new frontiers, about making change happen. When in doubt, dare'.
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It's uncomfortable to stand up in front to strangers.
It's uncomfortable to propose and idea that might fail.
It's uncomfortable to challenge the status quo.
It's uncomfortable to resist the urge to settle.
If you're not uncomfortable in your work as a leader, it's almost certain you're not reaching your potential as leader.
People who desire the feeling they get when they're part of a growing, vibrant tribe, but who are still looking for that feeling.I'm a seeker.
It's quite likely that I will never see either one of them again, and the thought saddens me. They were daily fixtures in my life for the last seven years or so, and now they are gone. Or, more accurately, I am. Just like that. That's the thing about life: everything feels so permanent, but you can disappear in an instant.
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It’s often our own deeply entrenched habits that stop us from getting more done more quickly.