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Errors are Corrigible

In the words of the great philosopher John Stuart Mill, "The source of everything respectable in man either as an intellectual or as a moral being [is] that his errors are corrigible. He is capable of rectifying his mistakes by discussion and experience." This...

The Mindful Leader

A tactical pause on a decision may be more important than you think. Leaders globally are grappling with the constant demands of contemporary leadership, often being compelled into a reactionary rather than strategic stance. Yet, there exists a potent solution to this...

The Power of Penmanship: How Hand-Written Letters Reveal the Magic in Everyday Life

One day, amid my usual tech-filled routine, I decided to do something different. I picked up a pen, pulled a piece of paper, and started writing a letter. Not just any letter, a letter of gratitude. A letter that acknowledged someone's hard work, their kindness, their...

Delegate Authority – Not Tasks

As a leader, your role goes beyond delegating tasks to your team members. You must also delegate authority to empower them to make independent decisions. When team members are given the authority to make critical decisions, they feel more invested in their work and...

Overcoming Catastrophizing: Practical Tips for Regaining Control and Reducing Anxiety

Give it the attention it deserves. When we are bothered by something, we tend to escalate the situation. We become the greyhound after the rabbit. We are obsessive. Ruminating constantly has yet to solve a problem in the world. When hyper-focused on what bothers us,...

The Art of Polite Conversation: Navigating Political and Religious Discussions

In human interaction, polite conversation is a linchpin around which relationships revolve and new connections are forged. It is an art form that requires a delicate balance of intellectual curiosity, empathy, and respect. Yet, as we traverse the labyrinth of human...

Microcosms of Social Interactions and Human Nature

Recently, a podcast from the Wall Street Journal uncovered a growing discourse between friends, family, coworkers, neighbors, and anyone else you can imagine in your social circle. The culprit wasn't the usual suspects, such as politics, religion, or sports gossip. It...

The Marine Philosophy in Leadership: Attitude as a Weapon System

In leadership, a quote resonates with profound significance: "Attitude is a weapon system." This sentiment, steeped in the wisdom of the U.S. Marine Corps, carries an incredible weight of truth for businesses of all sizes and industries. "The Marine philosophy is to...

Teamwork: The Real Winner

There is an age-old saying that talent alone can win you games, but it takes teamwork and intelligence to clinch championships. It's a timeless quote from basketball legend Michael Jordan. What does this mean, and why should we care? Talent is like that shiny new toy....

The Philosophy of Patience and Persistence

Patience seems to be an overlooked virtue in the hustle and bustle of our modern world. We rush through our days, impatiently awaiting results, success, and progress. Yet, a group of professionals embodies the essence of patience and problem-solving in their daily...
The Mindful Leader

The Mindful Leader

A tactical pause on a decision may be more important than you think. Leaders globally are grappling with the constant demands of contemporary leadership, often being compelled into a reactionary rather than strategic stance. Yet, there exists a potent solution to this...

Delegate Authority – Not Tasks

Delegate Authority – Not Tasks

As a leader, your role goes beyond delegating tasks to your team members. You must also delegate authority to empower them to make independent decisions. When team members are given the authority to make critical decisions, they feel more invested in their work and...

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