Spiraling Up – and What That Means for Leaders

All day long, you get to pick whether you are in a good mood or a bad mood. You also get to pick who are you going to spend your time with.

This may sound obvious, but your mood and the moods of others have a huge impact on you as a leader. I know some leaders who avoid talking to certain people – even lucrative clients – because they know what they’re going to get – a negative attitude and nonstop complaining.

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How to Thrive During the Season of Overwhelm

I just had lunch with a former client who admitted he is completely overwhelmed with the holidays, work, family obligations, geopolitical issues, etc. He asked for advice on how to overcome this feeling of exhaustion, and I suggested reading books on personal and professional development.

“Even if you read one book a month and or read one segment of one book each month, it will help,” I told him.

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