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Mental Fitness

Leading-Self:

In his work on Self Leadership, Andrew Bryant raises some very interesting points. Here are some:  The concept of Self-leadership can be found in the writings of philosophers and poets, both Eastern and Western: EASTERN PHILOSOPHY WESTERN PHILOSOPHY “Mastering others is strength. Mastering yourself is true power.” – Lao… Read More »Leading-Self:

Mind Your Leadership Strategy:

According to Josh Bersin, Leadership – if developed in a comprehensive way – endures. A focus on leadership strategydrives enduring business performance. It’s not all about the CEO. Long term business performance comes from leadership culture and careful and continuous development of leadership at all levels. A company’s level of maturity in their leadership development… Read More »Mind Your Leadership Strategy:

New Year, New Beginning:

According to Jill Suttie, Psy.D, knowing what you want helps you set an intention to work toward them. No doubt, your subconscious will kick in, too, and you will begin to notice opportunities that present themselves to you or to actively seek out information you need. Plus, having a direction to take based on your truest desires, gives you impetus to make hard choices… Read More »New Year, New Beginning:

Trust & Respect:

In any kind of a relationship Trust and Respect go hand in hand. Respect is a precursor to trust, it always comes first. Trust is earned after some level of respect is already there. When you respect someone, you hold the person in high esteem. Respect always comes before trust. When you trust someone, you believe them to be a person… Read More »Trust & Respect:

Fixed vs. Growth Mindset:

A fixed mindset means that you believe intelligence is fixed and static—so if you’re not good at something, you might believe you’ll never be good at it (levels of intelligence and abilities are innate). A growth mindset means that you believe your intelligence and talents… Read More »Fixed vs. Growth Mindset: