Leadership : Playing with a Full Deck - Part 4

PLAYING the Game of Life WITH A FULL DECK - PART 4

by Thomas James Vanderbeck

A Primer on Compassionate, Proactive Self Leadership and Personal Accountability

. . . for conversations at the kitchen table.


 

TRANSCENDING the NAP

Excerpt

If you find a dent in the side of your car, you may experience some stress. "That dent shouldn't be there!" Sometimes we just don't notice the dents in our lives, although it is so easy to see all the dents in someone else's car, and even the really tiny imperfections in someone else's life.

Fine. So there ARE some dents in your life. Only you can be proactive and accountable for fixing them. "Trying" is simply a euphemism we abuse for abdicating accountability, and excusing ourselves when we did not really intend to fulfill what we promised to ourselves or others to do in the first place.

 

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17.   An Unenlightened Ignoramus                   21

18.   Accountability                                            21

19.   Energy                                                       22

20.   A Thousand Years of YUK                        23

21.   What Doesn’t Work                                   24

22.   Trying Is Lying                                           25                                                

23.   Doing Whatever It Takes                           27

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