The issue is not whether or not we have resources. Everyone has some kind of qualities, some have a lot, others very little. The issue is: are you making good use of your own qualities?
Conflicts, achievements, uncertainties, challenges, fears, misunderstandings, surprises, discoveries, habits...and if we could just say "yes" to all of this?
Nothing depends on you alone; however, at the same time, everything depends on you, to some extend. Why, if understanding this concept is so easy we have such an hard time embracing it?
Literature on psycho-management is loaded with techniques on how to "show interest", "look authoritative", "tune in", "show incisiveness"... what if all these efforts were useless?
Working with companies, we meet many people that ingenuously admit they don't devote any time to celebrating their achievements and giving positive feedback... actually, this doesn't sound as such an innocent sin to us!
Is it truly possible to find a balance between these two, completely different, worlds? Maybe we should try and change our perspective: let's put people - rather the contexts they live in - at the center of our thoughts...
We all know how a team should be made, but do we really know how to work in a team?
In the maze of the motivating things, one of the most powerful levers is being able to "bring to the world" something new. There is only one problem: you can not do it alone!
The moment I knew May 7 was the international day of slowness, I rushed into writing this post.
There are those who try to make a career and those who try to make quality leaps: who will go farther and, above all, who will enjoy the trip?