Top Thoughts for April 13, 2023
IWhat DEAS shares has the power to expand perspectives, change thinking, and move lives. Here are two ideas for the curious mind to engage:
Laura Gassner Otting just to take action:
“When struggling to make big life choices—quitting a job, ending a relationship, seeking more education, quitting smoking—studies show people flip a coin and ‘go for it’ no matter what.” the result is more satisfied with their decisions and happier. Six months later than those whose coin toss ordered them to maintain the status quo. Action overcomes stagnation. If you are not sure about WHAT to do, you will be happier if you choose one thing will do.”
Admiral William H. McRaven of death before shame:
“Leadership is difficult because it is a human interaction, and there is nothing scarier, more frustrating, more complicated than trying to lead men and women through difficult times.
> To live above the common level of life: to be noble when others are unscrupulous, to be honorable when many are shameless, to be men and women of integrity when others resort to dishonesty. What I have found in leading and leading large offices from all branches of the service is the importance of character and having a personal code of honor that helps guide you through difficult times. “
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