Friday, April 7th, 2017
“It’s not what you look at that matters; it’s what you see.” – Henry David Thoreau
Often, blamed on being too busy, you don’t often actually see things, people, opportunities, and even dangers.
Are you too distracted to see the things happening around you? Do you really see your family? Do you really see and understand the challenges of your newest team members?
I urge you, as a firm leader, to be alert to a top performer who is slowly becoming NOT a top performer, a loyal manager who seems more distant, a partner who seems to be jogging in place or a family member who is often too silent.
Make it a practice to not just look at people, opportunities and yourself but to keep your eyes and senses open to what might be going on at a deeper level.
- "Whether you call it Buddhism or another religion, self-discipline, that's important. Self-discipline with awareness of consequences."