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Monthly Archives: July 2012
The Olympic athletes have planned and trained for years to compete in London 2012. The winners receive a medal; those who don’t earn gold, silver or bronze still make memories and life-long friends. Isn’t it just as important to win … Continue reading
Living well means learning to rest well. We need to take time to sharpen the ax, recharge, retool. There are rhythms to a healthy life which includes rest. Learning to rest helps a leader recover from physical weariness as well. … Continue reading
The late coaching legend of the Green Bay Packers, Vince Lombardi used to say, “Fatigue makes cowards of us all.” Physical weariness is dangerous to leading courageously. If we admit it, as leaders, we are often dopamine and adrenaline junkies … Continue reading