Last two months I was going through an interesting period, which was over yesterday… On November 12 I turned 42 (an age often referred to as “middle age crisis”) and so it seems that a month before and a month after were some sort of cutting ties with the past and searching for new clarity, crystallizing new vision of the future and my role in it.
I would not say that it was easy …
I will say nothing new here, yet it is useful to sometimes repeat something that works, is it not?
On occasions in business or non-for-profit activities we aim to achieve goals that are new and beyond ordinary.
If you grow and evolve, you innovate, right?
And if you innovate, you always look for new ways to do things, right?
And if you want large-scale innovations you work with others. Best, you inspire and lead …
“Giving words to one’s own stance, explicitly outlining and defining one’s position always, by default principles of our human universe, brings forth antagonistic counterreaction. Hidden, implicitly performed action, even if it is large-scale, attracts less attention: It softly enters the world and perpetuates itself as water soaking into fields, while ice stays on the surface. Hidden action uses the soft and powerful force of water-like influence, sometimes interchanging it with forceful and adamant activities.”…
Marilyn Hamilton: First off … thanks for taking the courage to open a portal in Russia for integrally informed Leadership, where not many people in the west can see the kind of leadership in Russia that is emerging through you and the team that you are gathering around you.
… How do you feel about what has transpired since you returned to Izhevsk from your work in Europe? What has changed since you …