Tag Archives: Comfort

On the Value and Joy of Discipline

Great leaders are faced with a world of changes right now: changes from without and within. New external regulations and demands are being imposed on society, and daily habits and routines are disrupted in response to them. An inner voice … Continue reading

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On Seeking First to Understand

“The greatest deception men suffer is from their own opinions.” wrote Leonardo Da Vinci.  John F. Kennedy said: “Too often, we enjoy the comfort of opinion without the discomfort of thought.” Great leaders  recognize that, sometimes, opinions – theirs and … Continue reading

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Time Is Running Out

Jean Paul, German Romantic writer, wrote: “The more sand [that] has escaped from the hourglass of our life, the clearer we should see through it.” The experiences of years are the great teachers in the lives of great leaders. Every … Continue reading

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Life Begins Where Your Comfort Zone Ends

In his book, A Comfortable Situation, Kip Davis writes: “When we become comfortable, do you know what happens around us? Absolutely nothing. Each day becomes just like the one before. We do what we have always done, therefore we get … Continue reading

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What’s Next?

In his  Kabbalah Center International Weekly Tune-Up Yehuda Berg speaks to great leaders about the importance of always looking forward, of taking action and not resting on their laurels.  He writes: A car commercial recently caught my attention. While showcasing … Continue reading

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You Are Your Own Brave New World

In his 1932 novel, Brave New World, Aldous Huxley evoked a futuristic world that is as machine-efficient, carefree, and comfortable as it is cold and empty of the meaningful values we cherish today. The complacent populace of Huxley’s “new world” lived … Continue reading

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Dancing on the Edge of Finished

The job is never done for great leaders.  There is always that endless, passionate pursuit of something more – a dare, a challenge of the seemingly impossible, an obstacle, a hurtle. Seth Godin captures this chase poignantly in his article, Dancing … Continue reading

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