In Viktor Frankl’s Man’s Search for Meaning, the author pens his struggle to stay alive while in a concentration camp during World War II. At this point in time, there have been over 12 million copies sold, making it one of the most influential books of our time. His experiences are what allowed him to write a book so profound on the subject of finding one’s meaning for life — the one thing that everyone is searching for. It’s such a valuable read, not only for this reason, but Frankl’s understanding of what it truly means to suffer and struggle well can turn any depressing situation into an opportunity to find hope for the future. [Read more…] about The Case for Learning How to Suffer and Struggle Well
What does it take to develop the next generation of leaders, considering how rapidly the world is changing now? We’ve done the experiment many times with the same results: sending people to “leadership training” events and executive programs helps but is insufficient. We need to stop thinking about limited-scope training and start thinking about full-scope development.
There are four elements to this leadership development strategy. [Read more…] about The Four Elements of Developing the Next Generation of Leaders
In this episode, I talk to Jeffrey Shaw about his upcoming book, LINGO. Jeff is the host of the podcast, Creative Warriors, a keynote speaker, and a business coach for entrepreneurs. (He also put together some terrific free resources, which you can find here.) I really got a lot from this one and I hope you do, too. You can listen to our conversation below:
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