Using Failure to Identify Your Blind Spots

Failure is a great teacher but also a cryptic one. Deciphering ‘teachable moments’ from such experiences is no easy task to begin with and doing so while dealing with feelings of frustration, disappointment, demoralization, resentment, embarrassment, and even hopelessness, is even harder. Viewing failures as teaching tools is no mere consolation prize. Rather, failures provide […] Read moreRead More»

Lonely at the Top: Why Good Leaders Must Learn to Manage Loneliness

Leaders spend their days surrounded by people, so the last thing they might expect is to feel alone. And yet for many CEOs, founders, and other leaders, being the person solely responsible for a company’s ultimate fate and direction, as well as the livelihood of its many employees can lead to feelings of true isolation […] Read moreRead More»

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