Is the Fear of Making Mistakes Getting in the Way of Your #Mindset Change? Paid Members Public
Is the fear of making mistakes getting in the way of your #mindset change? Getting rid of fears is a key part of transformation projects. Here is a simple model anyone can introduce in their teams to begin offloading fears of making mistakes.
Mythological Unicorns or Real Zebras? Paid Members Public
Zebras are the beginning of a new business world that places financial wealth on the same level as natural, human, and social wealth; a world that cares for all stakeholders, including nature, by moving away from material consumption and closer to wealth generated through holistic human well-being.
Holistic Cybersecurity and ExO Paid Members Public
The article features a new approach to cybersecurity and the top ten cybersecurity recommendations. Included is an example of how they apply to the ExO Attributes.
How Much Do You Know About the Brain? 33 Facts That Will Blow Your Mind Paid Members Public
The brain contains over 86 billion neurons and 2.5 million gigabytes of storage while generating over 50,000 thoughts daily. In addition, the human brain has 100,000 miles of blood vessels, which is enough to circle the earth four times.
Attracting and Enabling Innovation Paid Members Public
Exploration is essential for innovation. Offering this option will attract those who are endlessly curious and life-long learners. These people are true innovators that ultimately have the potential to drastically change your company and, likely, the entire world.
The Innovation Cycle: 4 Ways to Maintain Momentum Paid Members Public
Keeping an air of innovation and inspiration alive in the workplace can be a difficult task, but there are ways for leaders to keep the momentum going once the spark has been lit.
Work as Necessary as Rest Paid Members Public
Achieving balance involves challenging the beliefs you have lived by, especially the "have to" (be available, be present, multiply, etc.). When the "have to" becomes present in your life, you begin to live according to the agenda of others, not your own.