Tag Archives: Winston Churchill

Guiding Attention Through Intention

“Starve your distractions, feed your focus” writes an unknown author on the importance of focus. Tony Robbins tells great leaders: “Where your focus goes, your energy flows.”  It is this intentionality that drives an action-orientation in the great leaders’ purposeful … Continue reading

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Listen, or Your Tongue Will Keep You Deaf

“When you talk, you are only repeating what you already know. But if you listen, you may learn something new” the Dalai Lama tells great leaders. It is that simple message great leaders know and embrace deeply – they don’t … Continue reading

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The Joys of Optimism

One of the magnificent choices great leaders have in life is choosing to live as optimists or pessimists – to see the world in its infinite possibilities, or view only its scarcity and short-comings. Winston Churchill, English statesman, told us: … Continue reading

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Three Minute Leadership: Bouncing Back

In his book, Managing People Is Like Herding Cats, Warren Bennis, pioneer in the field of leadership studies, writes about ‘bouncing back,’ a capability that allows people to rebound and achieve their goals. He writes: “Ernest Heminway said that the … Continue reading

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