Friday, 13th of October 2017
If you follow a bit the personal development trends, then you are well aware of the importance of finding your purpose: finding or formulation the reason why you are doing what you do, or more in general, the reason why you are put on this earth for.
If you find that reason, then it can function as an internal compass guiding you through all difficult decisions and situations in your (professional) life.
A nice thing to have, such an internal compass. And that's the reason why so many coaches, counsellors, mentors and teachers are now talking about finding your 'WHY'.
But there's 1 thing that can make your purpose even more powerful. And if you're missing it, then your internal compass will malfunction from time to time.
Keep reading to find out what it is.
Friday, 06th of October 2017
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You see a lot of things, you hear a lot of things, we're all constantly exposed to so many influences that it becomes very easy to be overwhelmed by all the wisdom and advice that's out there.
Lots of those insights are very logic and you understand them, but then years later, something happens and BOOOM, you don't only understand it, you suddenly totally get it.
That's what happened to me earlier this week with the memorable 'connecting the dots' speech
of Steve Jobs.
Several years ago, I listened to his speech for the first time. Now, this week, I suddenly realised "hey, now that's what he was talking about!"
So let me tell you a story, and distract two powerful leadership lesson from it.