In a dynamic world, the ability to harness and transform energy will set apart the companies of the future. Crises become opportunities, stress becomes inspiration, work becomes play.
Resting our thinking brains, it turns out, is critical for us to achieve optimum cognitive performance and relate to others most effectively. Given this new understanding, it’s not surprising to find more and more leaders advocating rest as an intrinsic part of performing well.
We're flooded with information and righteous opinions on what’s going on in the world. We can feel that by posting our “take” or engaging in debate we’re making a difference. But does that really help? What the world needs more than ever is our love in action.
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