I really enjoyed this post from Tony Schwartz via David Kanigan this morning. Have a great Sunday everyone!
I don’t believe that I’ve read a better self-help post in the past year. Tony Schwartz turned 60 and these are his reflections. He is the author of Be Excellent at Anything. This post is from the HBR Network and it’s titled: Turning 60: The Twelve Most Important Lessons I’ve Learned So Far. I find his insights remarkable…
- “Humility is underrated…deepening self-awareness is essential to freeing ourselves from reactive habitual behaviors…
- “Notice the good – we carry an evolutionary disposition to dwell on on what’s wrong – take time each day to notice what right and to feel grateful
- “Never seek your value at the expense of others…devaluing the person will only prompt more of the same in return”
- “Slow down. Speed is the enemy of nearly everything in life that really matters. It’s addictive and it undermines quality, compassion, depth, creativity, appreciation and real relationship.”
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Posted on May 6, 2012, in Motivation, Success and tagged Business, Inspiration, Inspire, Lead, Leadership, Management. Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.
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