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Cultivate the Zen of leading fresh

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in Best-Practices Leadership,Leaders & Managers

Buddhists believe that the greatest masters of pottery, Kung Fu and other arts never forget how they felt on the day they began their studies. Here’s how to adapt that “beginner’s mind” to leadership:
  • Seek people who can teach you, even if you’re regarded as the expert.
  • Maintain a desire to learn.
  • Keep developing the fundamental skills of your profession.
  • Remind yourself each day of why you chose your life’s work.
  • Remember your core goals and work steadily toward them.

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