As far as our Pandemic reality goes, it is best to recognise what we cannot control and find the patience to wait it out, writes Mr Karl Gostner. I have chosen to use Mr Nicholas Christakis’s Apollo’s Arrow as the lens through which to do this. I chose MrChristakis because he is both a physician and a…
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In our quest to become better leaders, writes Mr Karl Gostner, we must accept the need to become people, and in order to do that, we need to be gentle with ourselves.
In uncertain times, when plans have been scorched and the world is in turmoil, we need ways to keep moving forward. Mr Karl Gostner – a business and executive coach – shares some advice that applies not only to this time, but any time when one is lost, uncertain or temporarily stuck.
In our personal and professional lives, we are accustomed to challenges, problems, to raging fires. Much of our time is devoted to solving those problems, to putting out those fires, but sometimes, writes Mr Karl Gostner, we need to just let them burn.