“When I run after what I think I want, my days are a furnace of stress and anxiety; if I sit in my own place of patience, what I need flows to me, and without pain. From this I understand that what I want also wants me, is looking for me and attracting me.” ~ Rumi
It’s a fact – problems test our patience. How well do you do in this area? Learn how to problem-solve and apply the technique in any area of your life.
Weed out your negative thoughts and feelings and you will transform your scattered energy into a strong focused energy. Your newfound self-awareness will result in clarity – a needed tool for every area of your life.
Learn how to make your vision a reality. Be open and curious – that will clear the path of creativity leading to the flow of your imagination.
Apple CEO, Tim Cook, interviewed by Kara Swisher, co-founder of Recode said to him, “One of the things that I hear a lot about in Silicon Valley if you’re not creative, you’re not going to have a job; that they’ll be replaced by a computer and somebody – either by A.I. or automation or something like that.”
Richard Branson, the owner of the Virgin Group, once said, “We are Britain’s largest private company, and I still can’t work out the difference between gross and net. I look at a crossword puzzle and I just go blank.”
Leaders of the 21st century will be asked to navigate uncharted territory. It will put you in the driver’s seat yet demand that you let go of control.
It will seduce you to the edge of the unknown then ask you to jump. It will lure you out of your comfort zone over and over.
Whether you lead a Fortune 500 company or self-lead, you have a responsibility to honor yourself, your talents, your dreams and to bring your vision to life
As educator and creativity expert Ken Robinson points out, “If they have the tools to be creative and to innovate, they will have a much better chance of succeeding no matter how the world changes.”
This book presents principles and techniques that translate into practical skills that can be applied to your career and personal life. With newfound clarity you can identify and solve problem areas – within yourself and in your organization.