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Focus on the positive

A focus on the positive activates that part of our brain that makes us more creative, open to possibility, filled with an excitement to get even better. And when we focus on the negative, we tend to justify or negate, not change. It actives the body’s stress response. The fight or flight mode.


Burnout is real

I recently collected some data on the common aspirations and challenges of purpose-driven leaders. The one that really stood out? Burnout. I’ve experienced it myself, and it was debilitating. I was exhausted, my memory was faltering, and I felt I didn’t have access to my full brain power in order to make decisions.