Transformational Leadership – “Being” Before “Doing”

When faced with a challenge, conflict, or decision, we have been conditioned to immediately jump to the question, "What do I do?" Our culture rewards quick action and quick fixes. However, quick action and quick fixes rarely lead to lasting and positive change. In fact, they often just create another problem. In the Japanese culture,…

How Vision and a New Perspective of Now Can Transform Our World

What if we were to expand our sense of “now” to cover a span of 5, 10, or 20 years instead of today, this week, or, at best, this year? What if now was a lifetime? What if now was a century? We would still be standing in the present moment as the centerpoint of now, but, like in a camera lens, we would open the aperture so as to be able to photograph a larger field. If now consisted of this moment and the 20 or 40 years on either side of this moment, how might our perspective be different?

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