Weekly insights to lead change in your life.

“The Universe is under no obligation to make sense to you.” — Neil deGrasse Tyson

1. This Week’s Posts

This Question Will Make Your Problems More Interesting
Constraints only limit you if you allow them to do so. Reframing your challenges is a powerful tool to unblock your thinking and find new solutions. #innovation #creativity

If Leadership Is Selfless, Why Make it Exclusive?
We admire leadership. Both organizations and individuals crave for more. So, why limit leadership to just a few? How to unleash the leadership gene within everyone. Leadership is a mindset, not a title. #team #leadership

The Mediocrity Principle: The Benefit of Not Being Special
The universe does not revolve around us. The Mediocrity Principle establishes that most of what happens in the world is just a consequence of natural, universal laws. We are an act of chance. How to stop trying to look special and let go of the reputation burden. #self-awareness

2. The Power of Reframing to Solve Problems

How Reframing A Problem Unlocks Innovation Fast Co Design

Reframe Problems with These 5 Questions Success.com

Three Ways To Reframe A Problem To Find An Innovative Solution Fast Company

3. “Turn Constraints into a Superpower” — Workshop

A hands-on lab to understand how constraints are limiting your team performance, revisit emotional connection and reframe challenges to unleash creativity and innovation. Check it out.

4. What Leadership Is and Is Not

Innovation can come from anywhere and anyone by Brian Solis
What Leadership is not Inc.
Seven Leadership Skills they Don’t Teach in Business Class by Shane Snow

5. A Book to Spark Your Curiosity

Leadership for the Twenty-First Century by Joseph Rost

6. One Quote

“It’s difficult not to be frustrated by the excessive focus on leadership, but it’s become so popular that we apparently can’t teach enough of it.”

— John Van Maanen, M.I.T.

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