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Inquisitive

You can’t be a good leader without knowing yourself. All leadership is self-leadership. Being curious, imaginative, and inquisitive about the meaning the self sees in the world gives the tools to help others to the same, from a place of experience and integration rather than a solely intellectual (‘I read it in a book’) or disembodied one (‘I am doing OK, but my team needs to change’). Once we experience the systems of communication, perception, and interpretation, we can inspire others to do the same, in their individuated way and on their planet’ (the things they see and the ways they see them).

This week, I invite you to write the last time meaning moved you (say tearing in a movie or a conversation).

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