“The quality of your thinking
determines the quality of your life.”
– A.R. Bernard.
I was hosting a company retreat for a client at the end of last week and one of the questions I asked them was this:
What is the one thing you’d like to get better at over the next 12 months?
One of the senior managers said they wanted to ‘have more time to think.’
What they meant was more time to raise the quality of their thinking, to be more strategic, to help them ‘see around corners’, to be more creative.
Most people in my experience think too much, or are stuck in loops of the same patterns of thought. But there is a growing awareness that the above quote is a universal truth.
Here’s your shot of weekly inspiration: “Mediocrity is the absence of a clear goal of excellence”. – Brian Tracey I chose to spend my Sunday last week at Brian Tracey’s 1 day workshop in Dublin. I have to admit that as I was driving up the Stillorgan dual carriageway from Wicklow, I was thinking ‘Do […]