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  • Olaf shared from Rising Strong by Brené Brown
    The most transformative and resilient leaders that I’ve worked with over the course of my career have three things in common: First, they recognize the central role that relationships and story play in culture and strategy, and they stay curious about their own emotions, thoughts, and behaviors. Second, they understand and stay curious about how emotions, thoughts, and behaviors are connected in the people they lead, and how those factors affect relationships and perception. And, third, they have the ability and willingness to lean in to discomfort and vulnerability. 7.
    Note: Wow: “The most transformative and resilient leaders I’ve worked with…” - @BreneBrown #RisingStrong
  • Olaf shared from Rising Strong by Brené Brown
    Fortune may favor the bold, but so does failure. 2.
    Note: Lovely Quote from Rising Strong: “Fortune may favor the bold, but so does failure.” Ty @BreneBrown.
  • Olaf shared from Rising Strong by Brené Brown
    If we can learn how to feel our way through these experiences and own our stories of struggle, we can write our own brave endings. When we own our stories, we avoid being trapped as characters in stories someone else is telling. The
    Note: “When we own our stories, we avoid being trapped as characters in stories someone else is telling.”
  • Olaf shared from The Prosperous Coach: Increase Income and Impact for You and Your Clients by Steve Chandler, Rich Litvin
    I believe in the life-changing power of coaching because I have experienced life-changing, powerful coaching. 16.
    Note: @findingmarbles @martinalaimo #Agile2015
  • Olaf shared from The Way of Nowhere: Eight Questions to Release Our Creative Potential by Nick Udall, Nic Turner
    the circle is the most natural form for us to sit in. As a species we have been sitting in circles around a fire for far longer than we been gazing at PowerPoint slides.
    Note: Yes: "The circle is the most natural form for us to sit in. As a species we have been sitting in circles around a fire for far longer than we been gazing at PowerPoint slides." You are now here.
(Berlin)
Olaf Lewitz