Tag Archives: Deepak Chopra

Going Back to the Beginning to Find Your Way

St. Augustine reminds great leaders of the importance of continuing growth of their self-knowledge writing, “Men [and women] go abroad to wonder at the heights of mountains, at the huge waves of the sea, at the long courses of the … Continue reading

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On the Value of Thinking the Opposite

In his book, Whatever You Think, Think the Opposite, Paul Arden challenges great leaders to expand their thinking by challenging their own views and taking the risk and challenge to see the world differently. In the chapter, The Age of … Continue reading

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Seeing the Invisible, Knowing the Truth

In his recent blog post, Philip Humbert speaks of the volumes of data and information to which the world today is exposed. Great leaders don’t need more information he writes, they “need filters to cut through the clutter, identify the KEY piece … Continue reading

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On the Importance of Being in Great Leadership

Speaking of his cutting-edge approach to leadership, The Being A Leader And The Effective Exercise Of Leadership Course, Werner Erhard suggests an ontological or being perspective of leadership – “leadership as a natural self-expression” – being a leader in every aspect of your life.   It is … Continue reading

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Three Minute Leadership: What Will Be Your Legacy?

A friend recently shared with me a video of an incredible performance of a group of 5th, 6th, and 7th Graders, the Kings Firecrackers, from Ohio.  They are providng the half time entertainment for an Army Navy basketball game.  This short story (almost eight … Continue reading

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